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A jazz concert
featuring a Grammy
winner is planned this
week with proceeds
going to restoration
of the historic Bing

Children Take Vacation, Hunger Doesn't

For some area children, summer existence
doesn't mean carefree days. It means going
During the summer, when.the school lunch
program isn't available, many Hilulborough
County children go hungry, county .officials

say. .
In an effort to stamp out summer hunger,
Hillsborough County has sponsored a feder-
ally funded summer food program for .the
past 20 years that provides lunch and snacks
to low income children.
No child, regardless of income, will ever be
turned away from a free meal, said Bart
Banks, director of social services for the
county. He said anyone under the age of 18
who shows up at a designated park, recrea-
tion center. church, camp or other site in the
county offering the free lunch program will


be served.
Local sites participating in the program
West Plant City Boys & Girls Club, 901 S.
Waller St. Lunch served from 11:30.a.m. to 1:
30 p.m. with a snack from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Martin Luther King Boys & Girls Club,
1601 Martin Luther King Blvd. Lunch served
from noon to 2 p.m. with a snack from 3 to 4
Neighborhoods United, 809 W. Renfro St.
See FOOD, Page 23


"Tea of Significance"
at Evangelical Pres-
byterian Church will
benefit Pregnancy
Care Center.

Columnist recalls his
father and the legacy
a simple man left his


Plant City High
basketball star
Courtney Chatman
wins scholarship.




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Charleene Closshey is all dressed up with one particular place to go: Rome. There, she will perform in
Operafestival di Roma with 49 international singers from around the world. Closshey, already well
known as a classical and contemporary violinist, actress, model and dancer, leaves this month to try her
voice in Roman opera circles.


For Rome

Just when it seemed Charleene
Closshey was going to follow in the
footsteps of popular fiddler Charlie
Daniels, or the renowned classical
violinist Isaac Stern, she does the
unexpected and is booked to travel
to Italy to sing in an opera.
Closshey's international singing
debut will be with the Operafestival
di Roma this summer. She leaves for
Italy June 22.
Closshey, 25, has been selected as
one of two artists from Florida to
attend and perform at the festival
during the month of July: She is one
of 50 artists selected from around
the world to make the tour.
The Operafestival di Roma is a
nonprofit educational institution
that offers opportunities to musi-
cians from all nations to study and
perform in Italy during the summer
season. Closshey will be coached
and trained to sing her numbers in
the opera's original language.
"My vocal coach, Blake Leopold
(in Tampa), suggested in January
that I audition for the festival," Clos-
shey said. "I learned several num-
bers, and in the beginning of March,
I performed for the producer and his
Leopold said Closshey nailed her
"Charleene has been studying
with me for less than a year," Leop-
old said. "But her background .in
music and as a musician has allowed
her to make great progress. I would
say she is my most improved stu-
dent. Being accepted for the Opera-
festival di Roma is no small feat. She
deserves a ton of credit for her
The producer, William Welty, wit-
nessed hundreds of auditions
around the country starting in Octo-
ber, Closshey said. He also watched
videos and DVDs from around the
world before making his selection in
the middle of March.
"I was thrilled, surprised,
delighted and flabbergasted all at
one time," she said of making the
cut. "The festival is something I am
See ROME, Page 23

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Scouts Earn Eagle Badges

Staff Report
Four Scouts from Boy Scout
Troop 14 in Plant City have
earned their Eagle badges, the
highest award a Scout can
The ceremony took place
May 13 at Evangelical Presby-
terian Church.
The Scouts are:

Joshua David Bowden: The
son of Edward Bowden and
Patricia Bailey, Joshua has held
several leadership positions in
the troop and has earned 27
merit badges. Following grad-
uation from Chamberlain High
School, Josh will be attending
basic training at the Fort Jack-
son in South Carolina. Josh will
report for training June 15, a
week before his 18th birthday.
Josh likes music and plays
acoustic, electric and bass gui-
tars. He also enjoys culinary
arts (his focus at CHS) and
physical fitness. As an Eagle
project, Josh replaced the ramp
leading to the Evangelical Pres-
byterian Church offices.
Antony M. Kuck: The 18-

year-old, grandson of Walter
and Cheryl Kuck and the son
of Eric Kuck, Anthony was
mentored by his grandfather,
also an Eagle Scout. He hopes
to enter the Coast Guard Aca-
demy, where he would like to
study engineering and marine
biology. He has earned 26
merit badges. For his Eagle
project, he built a regulation-
size volleyball court for West-
minster Presbyterian Church
in Brandon for the benefit of
its youth group.
Kirby Ray Reynolds: The
18-year-old son of Alan and
Judy Reynolds, Kirby is the
paternal great-grandson of
Bernice and Elsie Reynolds of
Plant City.
He recently graduated from
Durant High School with
honors. He plans to attend
Hillsborough Community
College for two years and then
go on to the University of
South Florida.
He recently earned a 75 per-
cent Bright Futures Schol-
arship and has expressed an
interest in the computer-engi-
neering field. Kirby started
Scouting as a Webelo in Pack
657 before moving on to Troop

Photo courtesy of Judy Reynolds
Earning their Eagle Scout badges from Troop 14 are, from left, Anthony Kuck, Joshua Bowden,
Scoutmaster Gary Sawyer, Kirby Reynolds and Casey Sawyer.

109 with Scoutmaster Don
Berger and then Troop 14 with
Scoutmaster Gary Sawyer. He
has earned 21 merit badges.
Kirby's Eagle project was
building a gazebo in front of
the Evangelical Presbyterian
Jonathan Casey Sawyer:

Casey, 16, is the youngest
child of Gary and Cathy
Sawyer. His older brother,
Andy,. is an Eagle Scout from
Troop 14. Casey is a sopho-
more at Durant High School,
where he is a member of the
cross country, wrestling and
track teams. Casey has earned

26 merit badges and is a troop
guide in Troop 14.
For his Eagle project Casey
held fundraisers and then ini-
tiated several projects in the
Turkey Creek First Baptist
Church Cemetery to honor the
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Grammy Winner Concert To Benefit Bing House NEWS DIGEST



Staff Report
Lannie Battistini, a 1999 Grammy
Award winner in the Latin Pop category,
will perform at a charity jazz social June
17 to benefit Plant City's Bing Rooming
House Museum.
Battistini is a native of San Juan, Puerto
Rico, who moved to Miami in 1984, where
he worked as pianist and musical director
for the Fountain Bleu Hilton and worked
with artists including Willie Chirino, Nel-

son Ned and Luis Rodriguez.
He created the Hands in Motion jazz
trio in 2000, in which he performs a rep-
ertoire of standard oldies combined with
original compositions in Latin jazz and
other genres.
The jazz social will be in Father Cronin
Hall at St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St. Dinner will be sponsored
by Outback Steakhouse and will be
hosted by disc jockey George Nix of WSJT,
94.1 FM.
The Plant City Photo Archives also
plans to display historical photos during
the event.

The restoration of the 80-year-old
building, which is on the National Regis-
ter of Historic Places, has been a joint
effort by the city, the Improvement
League of Plant City Inc. and local sup-
porters. A former boarding house, it pro-
vided blacks with overnight
accommodations in an era when segre-
gation was commonplace.
The reception starts at 6:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by dinner at 7.
Tickets are $35 and will be sold at the
Plant City Photo Archives, 119 N. Collins
St., and Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce. Call: 757-6760.

City Commissioners Re-Select John Dicks As Mayor



City commissioners unani-
mously voted to return John
Dicks to the mayoral spot,
commending him for a job
well done in 2005-06. His
selection returns Dicks to that
post for the third time since
.his first term as mayor in
Recognizing that all the
commissioners were "duly
qualified to serve as mayor" of
Plant City, Dicks announced
that he would love to serve the
city again in that capacity.
Vice Mayor Rick Lott quickly
nominated Dicks for a second
consecutive term.
"When a commissioner has
done an effective job as mayor
it seems reasonable that a
second term as mayor is
appropriate, if the commis-
sioner is willing to serve," Lott
"I commend Mayor Dicks
for the job he has done as
mayor during the past year. I
think the community deserves
to know who their mayor is."
Lott then made the nomi-
nation, which was seconded
by Commissioner Robert
Dicks accepted the nomi-
nation, called for a vote and
was unanimously selected by
the commissioners.
There were no other nomi-
nations made and none called
Dicks was sworn in to the
mayoral position by City Clerk
Virginia Helper. Dicks, who
will, complete his third three-
year term as commissioner in
2007, first served as mayor
from June 1999 to 2000.
"I'm honored and appreci-
ate the confidence shown to
me by my fellow commission-
ers," Dicks said after the meet-
ing. "Plant City had a great
year in 2005-06. And we have
many opportunities facing us
in the coming year. I am look-
ing forward to another great
Prior to the vote,. Mary.
Yvette Thomas Mathis was
sworn in for her third term as a
She ran unopposed and has
sat on the board since Novem-
ber 1999, when she was
selected by the commission to
finish the term of Sadye Mar-
Mathis won a special
election in January 2000 to
complete the term, and then
won another election in April

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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photos
Commissioner John Dicks was sworn in as Plant City's mayor June 12, to begin his third one-year
term in that position. City Clerk Virginia Helper administered the oath of office while Dicks was
accompanied by his wife, Sharon. His selection by his fellow commissioners this year is his second
consecutive year chosen for that seat, and third over all. Dicks first term as mayor was 1999 to

Commissioner Mary Yvette Mathis is sworn in for her third three-year term by City Clerk Virginia
Helper. The Rev. Henry Simmons of Mount Moriah M.B. Church holds the Bible, This is Mathis'
fourth time being sworn in as commissioner, the first being in January 2000 when she won a
special election needed to cover the remainder of Sadye Martin's term. Mathis' husband, Tony, is
at left.

2000 to begin her first full
three-year term as commis-
sioner. Her success in four
consecutive elections is the
most of any sitting commis-
Mathis thanked her parents
for all their support and the
Rev. Henry Simmons of Mount
Moriah M.B. Church, who was
among those standing with
her as she was sworn into
Lott was chosen by Dicks for
the second consecutive year to

serve as vice mayor.
In other action, re-appoint-
ments were made for the com-
missioners to serve on
different governmental bodies
on which the city is repre-
There were no changes from
the appointments made last
Dicks and Brown will
serve on the:Council of
Lott will sit on the Metro-
politan Planning

Organization. He will also
serve on the Public Transpor-
tation Commission with
Brown as the alternate.
Mathis will serve on the
Ridge League of Cities and the
Suncoast League.
Dicks will serve on the
Tampa Bay Convention and
Visitors Bureau and the
Tourist Development Council.
Commissioner Bill
Dodson will sit on the Tampa
Bay Regional Planning

Strawberry Festival
Association names new dirtor
Sandee Parke Sytsma ias
elected director of the Florida
Strawberry Festival Associa-
tion at the group's June meet-
Sytsma was born in Penin-
sylvania and moved to Plant
City in 1957 with her family.
She has been involved with
the festival for several years,
working as an associate direc-
tor and tram captain. She has
also worked on the festival's
fashion show and co-chaired
the Strawberry Ball.
Sytsma is active in the
Evangelical. Presbyterian
Church and likes to travel,
decorate and work out.

Legislative wrap-up
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce will
host a legislative wrap-up
breakfast June 22 at 7:30 a.m.
at the Ramada Plantation
House, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
The buffet will open at 7:15
a.m. State Sen. Tom Lee, R-
Brandon, and state Reps. Rich
Glorioso, R-Pant City, and
Trey Traviesa, R-Tampa, have
been invited to attend and
summarize the 2006 legisla-
tive session. Guests will also
have an opportunity to voice
concerns and ask questions.
Admission is $10 a person.
Call 754-3707 to RSVP by June

Group needs volunteers
to reach out to elderly
The ElderLink Consortium
is seeking volunteers to pro-
vide companionship/friendly
visits to the elderly in Hills-
borough County.
Stipends are available to
those who qualify. The pro-
gram provides family caregiv-
ers. with a break in order to
allow the family to continue
caring for a homebound elder
without becoming ill them-
selves. For more information
or to volunteer, contact the
ElderLink Consortium at 571-
1684, Ext. 228, or e-mail to

Home energy
assistance program
With summer temperatures
rising, Hillsborough County is
offering to help low-income
residents pay energy bills.
The Low Income Home
Energy Assistance program is
designed to help low-income
households meet their
immediate home energy bills.
It's specifically aimed at resi-
dents living at 150 percent of
the federal poverty guideline
or below, and those with the
lowest incomes that pay a
high portion of household
income for home energy.
Priority will be given to
households with residents
who are 60 years of age and
older, the disabled/
handicapped, homebound,
and parents/guardians with
Those residents who have
never received help from the
program in the past will also
be given priority. The program
is administered by the Hills-
borough County Health &
Social Services Department.
To apply, contact the Plant
City Neighborhood Service
Center, 307 N. Michigan Ave.,
Plant City, or call 757-0872.

4 THE COURIER June 15, 2006

Police, Cement Company Help Woman

There- is no place like home,
and a couple are now reunited
because of the efforts of people
who care.
Donald Stalvey said his wife,
Ronda, who lives in an area
mobile home park, was unable to
spend time at their home. Ronda,
42, became confined to a wheel-
chair following surgery due to
complications from diabetes.
Donald said it was difficult to
negotiate the wheelchair through
the yard to reach their front door.
"Ronda has been spending
most of her time at her mother's
home," Stalvey said. "Getting out
for doctor visits or just to get out
of the house was difficult for us."
Fate intervened when Plant
City police officer Trent Eckard,
who knew Ronda when she
worked at a nearby convenience
store, heard about her operation.
"Ronda worked the midnight
shift in a Shell station at Turkey
Creek Road and State Road 574,"
Eckard said. "She always had a
great attitude about her work. She

was always friendly and easy-
Eckard changed shifts and lost
track of Stalvey until he heard
about her dilemma.
Eckard, fellow officers Chad
Rader and Matt Combs, and their
supervisor took the time to see
what it would take to build a short
sidewalk in the Stalvey's front
"We checked with the city per-
mitting department, formed the
walkway with 2-by-4s, and called
to see about buying a yard or two
of concrete," Eckard said. "Most
companies won't sell that small
an order. You would probably
have to mix it by hand."
Tony Elliot, a supervisor at
Dunco Materials, offered to help.
Elliot had Russ Holtzman and
Louis Santiago go out to the Stal-
vey home to pour and finish the
"We were glad to help out,"
Elliot said.
"This is good community polic-
ing," said Sgt. Dale Peterson, Eck-
ard's supervisor. "We were able to
do something that will help this
family and make a big difference
in their lives."

GEORGE H. NTW'LkN 'Siaff phoui
Community-oriented policing was on display recently when police officer Trent Eckard,
left, a member of the motorcycle unit, and his supervisor, Sgt. Dale Peterson, worked with
cement finishers Louis Santiago and Russ Holzman of Dunco Materials. Their efforts
helped a wheelchair-bound woman negotiate a path from her driveway to the entrance of
her home.

Johnnie B. Byrd Sr. Alzheimer's Center Celebrates 'Topping Off'



Staff Report
State and Tampa area leaders joined
officials from the Johnnie B. Byrd Sr.
Alzheimer's Center & Research Insti-
tute last month at a "topping off" cere-
mony to mark the placement of the
center's new roof.
The center, 4001 E. Fletcher Ave., is
named after the father of former Flor-
ida House Speaker Johnnie Byrd Jr. of
Plant City.
The event was hosted by the Byrd

Institute and Turner Construction.
Participants included state Rep.
Rich Glorioso, former speaker of the
Florida House of Representatives
Johnnie B. Byrd Jr., members of the
Byrd Institute board of directors, and
researchers and scientists from
throughout Florida.
Officials with the Byrd Institute said
the $20 million building will help make
Florida a leader in finding better treat-
ments and a cure for Alzheimer's.
"The governor wants Florida to be
the biotechnology hub of the world.
We are taking that one step further and
saying that Tampa and the University
of South Florida will be leaders in

making -that happen," said Hunting-
ton Potter, the institute's chief execu-
tive officer.
"All of us at the Byrd Institute believe
that science can unlock the mysteries
of this disease," said Tom Conklin,
chairman of the institute. "It was 100
years ago that a scientist first detected
the signs of Alzheimer's. We can't wait
another 100 years for a cure.
"All of us are honored to be a part of
the excellent work being done on
behalf of people living with Alzhei-
mer's and we will continue our work
until a cure is found."
The institute was established in
2004. The state provides $15 million a

year to fund the research and
operation. The funds also allow the
institute to provide statewide grants
for Alzheimer's research and to assist
people living with the disease. And the
institute is the only Florida-based
facility designated as an Alzheimer's
disease research center by the National
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"This building is a visible sign of
Florida's commitment to Alzheimer's
research," said Melanie Meyer, chief
of external affairs for the institute.
For more information on the facility,
contact Kelleigh Klein at 866-1610, Ext.
4126, or

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Library welcomes 'Mrs. Kate'
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will present "Mrs. Kate" Carpenter, a
folk singer, songwriter and storyteller, June
15 at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. for ages 3 to
12. Call: 757-9215.

Elvis tribute
The Plant City Children's Theatre will
stage "A Tribute to Elvis" June 17 at 2 p.m.
at Tomlin Middle School, 501 N. Woodrow
Wilson St. Tickets may be purchased in
advance for $5 at the children's theatre, 507
N. Wheeler St., or at Hardee's Fashions.
Tickets at the door are $10. Information:
Sharon Everidge, 752-1621, or

Soccer tryouts
The Plant City Lancers will conduct
soccer tryouts for boys ages 8 to 18 and girls
ages 8 to 11 June 17 at 9 a.m. and June 18 at
1:30 p.m. at the Otis Andrews Complex,
2402-2602 E. Cherry St. Call: Chris, 299-

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The long-running Strawberry Classic Car
Show will be June 17 from 4 to 9 p.m. Spec-
tators can see antiques, customs, classics
and hot rods in and around McCall Park,
100 N. Collins St. Admission and registra-
tion is free. Information: 754-3707 or

Foster care, adoption open house
In partnership with the Tampa YMCA,
Hillsborough Kids, Inc. is planning an open
house for individuals and families
interested in learning more about foster
and adoptive parenting, as well other ways
to help foster children. There are more than
5,000 children in protective services and
foster care. in Hillsborough County. The
open house is set for July 18 from 6:30 to 8
p.m. at the Plant City YMCA, 1507 YMCA
Place. Call: 757-6677.

Miss Heart of Plant City Night
The Miss Heart of Plant City Scholarship
Pageant will host a Miss Heart of Plant City
Night meet-and-greet June 20 from 5 p.m.
to .close at Kazbor's Sports Grille, 2214
James L. Redman Parkway. Kazbor's will
donate 15 percent of the total sales to the
pageant. Call: 752-2700.

Fishing seminar
Bill Heard Chevrolet and Harold's Out-
door Products plan a fishing seminar June
20 from 6:45 to 8:45 p.m. at Bill Heard
Chevrolet, 2002 N. Frontage Road. The
seminar is held the third Tuesday of every
month. Admission is free. Call: Chris Pre-
vatt, 359-5018.

Library offers story program
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer "Book Feast," a school-age
story program for ages 6 to 12 Tuesdays at
2:30 p.m. though July 18. Each program
features 45 to 60 minutes of food-related
stories, crafts, games and more.
June 20: Cowboy Cuisine, .stories from
the Southwest.
June 27: Aloha from Hawaii, Angel Paat
and Auntie Kaui will share their island cul-
July 11: Jungle Lodge, tales about wild
July 18: Fairy Tale-Feast, Medieval tales,
fairy tales, dragons.
Call: 757-9215.

Summer reading program
Thonotosassa Branch Library, 10715
Main St. in Thonotosassa, offers the
summer reading program, "Book Feast,"
for children in kindergarten through fifth
June 20, 10 a.m.: Fritzy Brothers One-
Man Circus.
June 21, 10 a.m.: Garden Party. Plant
the seed of summer with books and games.
June 27, 10 a.m.: Wonders of Nature,.
Matt Edmonds will present artifacts, birds,
mammals and reptiles.
June 28, 10 a.m.: Going to the Game. Go


Pick of the -Week

Photos courtesy of the Pregnancy Care Center of Plant City

Benefit tea
The second annual Tea of Significance to benefit the Pregnancy Care Center of Plant
City is set for June 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 1107
Charlie Griffin Road. Guests will enjoy tea and desserts with proceeds going to the
center. Along with a silent auction, there will be a vintage fashion show. Above, a
patriotic table decorated by Sandy Murman for last year's tea. Below, Tina Mallare-
Pike's table had a musical theme. Individual tickets can be purchased for $25 by
calling the center at 759-0886. For information, call Mary Alice Hendricks at 759-

on a journey through the world of sports.
Call: 987-6215.

Library offers workshops
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer workshops for ages 8 to 14 on
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. through July 19.
Youngsters will complete a different project
each week. The 60-minute workshops
include all materials and instruction. Atten-
dance is limited to 20. Free tickets will be
given out one hour before each workshop
until space is filled.
*June 21, cake decorating.
June 28, beadcraft.
SJuly 5, God's eye/weaving.
July 12, knitting.
July 19, doll faces.
Call: 757-9215.

Library plans film program
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., offers a free film program for ages 5 to
14 on Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. though July
19 for boys and girls who can sit through a
feature length movie.
Films average about 1 V2 to 2 hours.
Call: 757-9215.

Library plans puppet show
Creative Arts will present "Rabbit and the
Moon," a puppet show about a rabbit who
wants to go out at night with his family and
friends, but he is too afraid, June 22 at 10
and 11 a.m. at 2:30 p.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. For ages 3-12.
Call: 757-9215.

See CALENDAR, Page 17

Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmas-
ters Club meets Thursdays at
7:30 a.m. at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
106 N. Evers St. Call: Hal
Brewer, 752-4949.

Plant City Rotary
The Plant City Noonday
Rotary Club meets Mondays
at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Steve Saloman, 299-

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 meets
the first Thursday of each
month at 6 p.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
The meetings are informal
and all classmates including
nongraduates are invited.
Teachers and staff are also
Call: Elaine Rogers Lister,

Ballroom dance lessons
Ballroom dance lessons
for beginners are held at the
Plantation House Red
Rose Dining Room, 2011 N.
Wheeler Street, Monday and
Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9
. p.m. Cost: $10 per person/
per lesson.
Contact: Susan Stanton,
(863) 604-5060.

VFW Post 4590
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4590 meets every first
and third Thursday of the
month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E.
U.S. 92. Call: 754-7880.

PCHS Class of 1955
The Plant City High
School Class of 1955 meets
the third Tuesday of each
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Market Restaurant, 1401 W.
Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd.

Fishing seminar
Bill Heard Chevrolet and
Harolds Outdoors Inc. hold a
fishing seminar with refresh-
ments and prizes on the third
tuesday of every month from
6:45 to 8:45p.m. at the car
dealer at 2002 N. Frontage
Call: 752-5123.

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets at 11:45
a.m. Thursday at City Grill,
1701 S. Alexander St.
Call: Michael Gottesman:

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: 917-1299.

The Plant City Kiwanis
Club meets Wednesdays at
noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011
N. Wheeler St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance
every Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City

See CLUBS, Page 8

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Father's Day Brings Fond Memories

What do 1909, Sonora Dodd
and the third Sunday in June
have in common?
Sonora Dodd, while listening
to a sermon on Mother's Day in
1909, thought it would be a
good idea to honor her father
with a special day. Sonora's
father was born in June, so she
chose to have the first Father's
Day celebration on the 19th of
June, 1910. So Father's Day was
born as a token of love and
gratitude from a child to a
According to tradition, roses
are the Father's Day flowers; -
red to be worn for a living
father and white if the father
has died.
Sunday is Father's Day, a day
when families will gather all
over America to pay tribute to
our dads, stepdads and male
caregivers; a special day to
honor the men who have
helped many of us with their
guidance and love.
It is also a day for fathers
everywhere to think about
what it means to be a dad. The
importance of time spent with
their children, hugging them in
a moment of crisis, listening
carefully, kindly dishing out
advice, providing warmth and
security, and being something
more to their children than just
a depositor of DNA.
The best of fathers might feel
a little bit uncomfortable about
being honored with this special
day. It's nice of course, but
although 1 celebrate the special
attention I receive from my
wife and children on Father's
Day, it's as a son that I most
reflect on the holiday and its
I am fortunate to have had



the love of my father, a truck
driver with a 12th-grade
education. He was the epitome
of fatherhood.
No matter if it was hitting my
first home run in Little League,
being recognized in school for
some accomplishment, or
getting a piggy-back ride for
the last stretch of a long hike, I
could always count on my dad
being there.
He was a Christian man with
an inner strength founded in
the belief that it isn't important
what life does to you, but what
life finds in you. He worked as a
laborer every day driving a
truck, unloading freight, except
on Wednesday night and
Sunday, when he would gather
his wife, two daughters and
three sons and off to church we
would go in a 1950 Studebaker.
A simple man, spared from
the world of the Internet, cell
phones and satellite TV, he
would spend most of his time
away from work tending to
family and his unyielding
commitment to his church.
The ease of following the.
biblical teachings of the New
Testament certainly made
child-rearing less mysterious to
him. In families, as in most
situations, people want to be

Photo courtesy of Carolyn Lofstrom
Dan Lofstrom, who died nine years ago at age 86, with this family.
Back row, from left, John, Jimmy and Jerry. In front are Carolyn,
Melba and Dan Lofstrom, and Erna.

regarded, and my father always
expressed that we mattered to
him and that he cared. Even
when he had little material
things to give, he was there
with his concern and under-
standing. During those times of
difficulty with my own two
children, I am reassured by the
knowledge that being there
with care and concern matters.
I will never forget as a 10-
year-old standing at the
bottom of the staircase as my
father carried my 6-year-old
sister down the stairs, slowly
moving step by step, holding
her so gently, a grown man
with tears streaming down his
cheeks. She had been stricken
with polio in the polio epi-
demic of the 1950s and dad was
taking his daughter from her
bedroom to the hospital where
she recovered.
He took care of us with the
same love and never gave up
his dream that his children
would live a better life. His

greatest gift to me was his
wonderful example of father-
hood that has guided me
through the experience and joy
of raising my own children.

For all of the chatter about
"quality time," it cannot be
measured by fun-filled hours at
Disney World or Universal
Studios, or one-week summer
vacations of undivided atten-
tion, or on the third Sunday in
June. Quality time is any time
of the year when a child, of any
age, turns to his or her dad.
I'll be wearing a white rose
this Father's Day Sunday. Dad
died nine years ago and I
certainly miss having him with
us. However, he will always be
a part of my life through his
example that what is most
important in fatherhood comes
from the heart.

Editor's note: Jerry Lofstrom
is the owner of the Whistle
Stop Cafe.


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The Bible will

show the way
Re: "Forget sermons, kids
need help now," letters to the
editor, May 25.

Debra Renee Moore seemed
upset by what I had written
concerning the Scientology
folks in the May 18 edition of
The Courier.
There is one thing that the
Church of Scientology seems to
skip when they say man is
basically good, when the Bible
says "for all have sinned and

came short of the glory of God."
A sermon? This is an opinion
page giving folks a place to
voice their opinions, a place
where we should be able to
agree to disagree with out
slamming others.
In my 70 years I have always,
as many, associated the word
church with the house of
worship or God. As a Christian,
I stand on what it says about
anyone bringing or preaching
another gospel, and there
being only one name under
heaven or on earth by which a
mankind can be saved.
If doctors are abusing

children as Moore says,
someone, or she, should
complain to-the American
Medical Association immedi-
George L. Henson
Plant City

Thank you to

the Redman

I would like to thank the
family of Mr. Jim Redman for
sharing such a wonderful man

with the community. Almost
everyone is talking about all of
Mr. Redman's many, many
accomplishments, as we
As I was telling my son about
this great man of Plant City,
Mr. Redman was a great dad
and grandfather. He should be
remembered as that. Everyone
is talking about his mentoring
but we should realize he was
the biggest mentor to his
family, and what a splendid job
he and his wife, Ruby Jean,
have done.
Tammy Simpson
Plant City

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Cornerstone 'Night Of Talent'Honors Bills

He's affectionately called
"Brother Bills." The Plant
City Cornerstone Center will
pay special tribute to H.
Richard Bills, who celebrated
his 90th birthday June 8,
during June 23's "Night of
Talent" beginning at 6:30
p.m. at 315 N. Collins St.
Bills was pastor of First
Baptist Church in the
Cornerstone building from
1957-68, and has been
chaplain at South Florida
Baptist Hospital since 1992.
Attorney Tom Chase will
read a poem he's written in
honor of Bills at the event,
which includes other tal-
ented performers like
violinist Bud Burt, humorist
and poet D.E. Bailey Jr. and
vocalist April Smith. Plant
City's Jules Burt will be the
mistress of ceremonies.
Jim Pollard, president of
Cornerstone, says the talent
show and silent auction is a
fundraiser to keep the doors
open at the beloved center.
Refreshments will be
served at what promises to
be a fun evening.
Tickets are available for

Call: 752-9225 or 752-

No keeping up with Joneses
Keeping up with the
Joneses wasn't so easy last
month. On May 31, Ken
Jones retired with more than
30 years of service with W.S.
Badcock Corp. His family
was there at the Mulberry
headquarters to celebrate,
including sons, T.J. and
Chad, who is a captain in
the U.S. Army, was home on
leave from Iraq and celebrat-
ing the birth of a daughter,
Isabel, who arrived two
weeks before the retirement
party. His unit's home base
is in Germany, where he will
return in a few months.
Isabel's beaming
grandma, Pana, a 17-year
employee of the state
Department of Corrections'
Bureau of Probation and
Parole in Bartow, says her
son, a finance officer, is
directly involved with the
initiatives supporting the
economic transformation of
Don't look for it to be any


easier keeping up with this
special family next May, for
the whole family, including a
new baby due this fall for T.J.
and wife Sally, are planning
a trip to Germany to cele-
brate an expected new
assignment for Chad.
Congratulations to all and
God bless you, and all our
courageous American

Snyder graduates
basic training
Adam J. Snyder, a 1998
graduate of Plant City High,
recently completed basic

training at the Great Lakes
Naval Base in Illinois and is
currently stationed at
Lackland Air Force Base in
San Antonio, Texas. This fine
young man, a 2003 criminol-
ogy graduate of University of
South Florida, is the son of
Mikie and Dean Snyder, and
is training to become a
military policeman.

Kudos for Polk
Theresa Polk cares, and
that's a very good thing for
kids and the West Plant City
Boys & Girls Club. An
education specialist and arts
and crafts person, Theresa
sometimes spends her own
money on the kids and
comes in on her day off to
paint and do other odd jobs.
Not only that, but she
makes sure kids complete
their homework. No wonder
she has been named staffer
of the year at the club.
Best wishes to an excellent
and caring employee.

Holt saddles up
Congratulations to Sarah
Holt on enrolling in the
American Quarter Horse

Association's All Breeds
Horseback Riding Program,
which recognizes and
rewards members for time
spent with any breed of
horse. A way to earn awards
outside traditional competi-
tions, this association
encourages riding as a
relaxing recreational activity
that can be enjoyed alone or
shared with family and
friends. Happy riding Sarah!

Songs in their hearts
Mike Nelson of the Plant
City Church of God sends
word that the Soul'd Out
Youth Choir, which sang its
way to a state title recently
in the large choir division,
will compete at nationals in
Indianapolis July 26.
Congratulations and God
bless these talented young

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The following births were
reported recently at South
Florida Baptist Hospital:
Feb. 7
A daughter, Odalys Y. Guil-
len, to Gloria Espinoza and
Jesus A. Guillen of Plant City.
Feb. 9
A daughter, Gabriela V.
Nieves, to Mayra and Joniel
Nieves of Plant City.
Feb. 11
A son, Jordan M. Rushing, to
Amanda Rushing of Plant
Feb. 15
A son, Dondric L. Piereira,
to Dondria Piereira of Plant
Feb. 16
A son, Nathaniel K. Benson,

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Plaza, 1405 Collins St.
The cost is $5 for members, $7 for
Call: 752-9277 or 759-2063.

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club meets the
first and third Thursday of every month
at 6:45 a.m. at the Orange Blossom Tea
Room, 106 S. Evers St.
Call: Ann Churchwell, 986-2827.

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets Mondays at 7:30
p.m. at St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., Room 7.
Call: 752-5316.

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Plant City
meets at 7:30 p.m. on the third Thursday
of the month at The First United Meth-
odist Church Wesley Center.
Call Don Rainard, 707-0331.

to Brooke and Russell Benson
of Plant City.
Feb. 17
A son, Avalon K. Holly, to
Rayshee Jackson and Avalon
Holley of Plant City.
A son, Michael T. Vollorin,
to Melissa Trout and Johny
Villorin of Plant City.
Feb. 20
A daughter, McKenzie V.
Cummings, to Shelly and
Doug Cummings of Plant
Feb. 22
A son, Carter N. Larsen, to
Christy and Paul Larsen of
Plant City.
A daughter, Vivian E. M.
Morrison, to Elizabeth Wojcie-
chowicz of Plant City.

Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M University National
Alumni Association's Plant City chapter
meets every fourth Monday at 6:30 p.m.
at Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist
Church, 911 E. Warren St.
Call: Bea Crowell, 752-0451.

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School Class of
1951 meets the second Tuesday of the
month at the Ramada Inn.
Call: 752-8479.

PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High School Class of
1953 meets the second Tuesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's Airside
Restaurant at the Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-0029.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of Plant City
meets the first Friday of every month

Feb. 26
A daughter, Maria G. Santi-
banez, to Johana Alday and
Alejandro Santibanez of Plant
March 1
A daughter, Aralie D.
Rosales, to Liza Vela and Jose
R. Rosales of Plant City.
March 4
A daughter, Giselle Deme-
trio, to Sara Ramirez and
Efrain Demetrio of Plant City.
March 29
A son, Avery S. Edwards, to
Tiffany Stevenson and Mar-
shall Edwards of Plant City.
March 31
A son, Jaden J. Donaldson,
to Ashley and Dennis Don-

from 7 to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's Art &
Frame Shop,119 W. Alexander St.
The group was formed to help chil-
dren appreciate art and participate in
hands-on activities. Call: 719-6887.

Infant, child safety
seat checks
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N.
Alexander St., offers infant and child
safety seat checks on Fridays in the main
hospital lobby. Call: 754-4444.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High School Class
of 1955 meets the fourth Thursday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1401 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
All classmates, teachers and staff
members are encouraged to attend.
Call: 986-1193.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club meets for

aldson of Plant City.
April 3
A daughter, Natalia Figue-
roa, to Glandaliss Santos and
Evan Figuena of Plant City.
A son, Nicholas E. Erimie II,
to Heather Goldstein and
Nicholas Erimie of Plant City.
April 11
A daughter, Brianna J. Velez,
to Trisha and Jayson Velez of
Plant City.
April 14
A daughter, Arielle M.
Flores, to Maria Guerrero and
Raul Flores of Plant City.
April 21
A daughter, Shalee Reece
Conrad, to Stephanie and
Jason Conrad of Dover.

business and potluck dinners every
Monday at 5:30 p.m.
Membership is $10 per year and
includes shuffleboard tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club meets Tues-
days at noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193.

PCHS Class of 1958
The Plant City High Class of 1958
meets for breakfast the fourth Tuesday
of every month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Farmers Market Restaurant, 1401 Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd. Call: 659-0421.

Plant City Bar
The Plant City Bar Association meets
the first Friday of the month at noon at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
The group does not meet for lunch in

April 24
A son, Jacob S. Hollifield, to
Bobbie Jo Walker and Jacob
Hollifield of Plant City.
April 25
A daughter, Kyrah M. Rini,
to Alexandra Todd and Scott
Rini of Plant City.
April 30
A daughter, Makenzi W.
Gaines, to Jessica Gaines and
Trey Matthews of Plant City.
May 1
Alexis R. Watkins, to Jessica
Smith and Eric Watkins of
May 2
A daughter, Bailie D. Rick-
ards, to Jennifer and John
Rickards of Plant City.

August or December, but holds a Decem-
ber holiday party.
Call: 866-1610, Ext. 4127.

support group
An Alzheimer's support group meets
the second Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St. Call: Linda Bryant, 754-3761.

Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group meets the
fourth Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.
at South Florida Baptist Hospital's com-
munity conference room, 301 N. Alex-
ander St. Walk-ins welcome.

Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group meets the
first Tuesday of each month from 5 to 6
p.m. at South Florida Baptist Hospital,
301 N. Alexander St. Call: 757-8202 to

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Learning To Value The Finer Things In Life

One of the reasons my wife
and I continue to enjoy being
married so much is our
ongoing to
dating. Every wek invariably
the same night, we do some-
thing special that is designed
to celebrate the. we have
If we werer'-: -arried, I
reason, she's exa.cdythe
person I'd want to ask out. So
I do.
This past week, having just
returned from oue- of the most
fabulous vacation;. of our
lives, the challenge was on.
What I really wanted to do
was fly back out to Seattle and
revisit one particular water-
front restaurant before the
delectable Copper River
salmon stop running, and
then drop in at the Seattle's
Best coffee shop. across from
Pike's Market downtown for
The people at Visa probably
would have started getting
nervous and with good
reason so we opted for
reality instead. In a stroke of
genius I scoured the meat
counter at Publix for deals

and came home with what
turned out to be the best filet
mignon we have tasted in
literally years.
I'm actually a pretty good
cook when I have the time.
Fresh veggies, baked pota-
toes, sauteed mushrooms. We
ate at what fine restaurants
would call "the chef's table" (I
call it the kitchen), used
actual cloth napkins and
didn't have to wait to be
For about $15 we enjoyed
amazing food and great
ambiance and without having
to fight traffic. The key, of
course, is in making it special.
I did the dishes to the tunes of
Nora Jones, the television
stayed deliberately off, and I
ground a few of the select
coffee beans we had packed
in our suitcase when we
returned from the Northwest.
We even rented a fairly
good "chick flick" and made
pop-corn, later rounding off
the evening with a cup of
English tea, sharing the last
piece of holdover pie from
Memorial Day.
Yes indeed, life is good. Or,


to be more accurate, life has
the potential to be good.
Essentially, and not exactly
the message we tend to hear
via the marketing machine,
the quality of life boils down
to relationships, what we
value and the interactions we
have with the people whom
we say that we love.
The connection between
positive relationships and a
satisfying life is so obvious
that I am at a loss to
understand how or why so
many of us value nonrela-

tional priorities so highly. It is
as if we have created such a
huge lie that we feel com-
pelled to work even harder to
justify the deception the
deeper in we find ourselves.
In a bizarre twist many
Americans have even fine-
tuned their religion to
accommodate such thinking.
Eternal truths, re-cast to
equate spiritual. blessing with
material gain. Rather than re-
aligning our values to match
the genuineness of such
messages as Christ's Sermon
on the Mount, the image of
Jesus is tweaked and finessed
to the extent that some
preachers now voiceover the
Savior saying, "Blessed are the
well-to-do, for they have
received the favor of God."
Sometimes I almost detect
a sense of desperation in
America. It has to be true, we
cry, our consumer culture has
to be the answer to the
meaning of life, or why would
we have sold our souls so
Let's be honest. I believe
the "in-vogue" philosophy
that suggests a direct relation-

ship between personal
happiness and the acquisition
of tangible possessions to be
an insidious lie.
It's called message creep,
also known as paradigm shift.
We have got to this point
incrementally, but I believe
that the problem is wari.'ng
our sense o: nationa-i ide _tity,
Is bL: the samne as eo-
nomic .f I-, Does lanr.
of the free necessarily mean
home of affordable gasoline?
Are we confusing opportunity
with entitlement? Do we
understand anymore what it
means to be spiritually whole
- or do we simply want a nicer
"You know what I'd really
like to be doing this evening,'
I said after dinner, looking
over at my wife on the porch
swing, sipping coffee and
watching the evening sky.
"What's that?" she said.
"This," I said, "exactly this.'

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at derekmaul@gmai-




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itlhia., 65-421,0
Bethuantr: 9804 Harner Rd.
ihonotosasme. 986-5"l
Callan ellou ship:
llO A. cordon Nt.. "52-5005
hristian life issembilr:
3120 V. Stiller Rd.. 65"-.4J2
Dotre First: R 5i< C& Peltie Rd.
Faith temple: 1. 4 at Hiliborough-Polk
founiv line. "52-0532
Faitthl I (hllhose-
3419 )R 91 ,\. "52. 85
First Plant Cfit:
( Iarlle ritffin Rd.
U ofWR 39. '"52.351
'ort.! .laji: Corner of South l Hn. 39
. Snillel Rd. -" 4 1656
ei si ille. SR 6411. ".3"" 48W3
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lnnlionasa Rd. "52- 161
'tea.lull Grtwtp.
,urkei .reev ti. v. -9
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.innht line Rd. "54-6089
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Turkel (reek:
lurked (reek Rd. -54-53"-'

lihi a: lurkei (reek Rd
. of R 60. "-.3"39
.Ilafia Baptist- 222. Alafia (humi Rd.

Inlloch. Ilorton Rd. "3"-3210
Berea: iR.9 3i. '"Y" 12.32
Belhanr. (ork Rd. "52-.9209
Bethel: 801 U. Ren/O -it. "54--'259
Beulah: .llen & (OuntrI line Rd.
lilhia. "'". 1122
Bible: (Iwlier ,rffin Rd.
"52 28"5
BuRnt hood leiaple. tinlidl Dr r
SR 5"i. 52.-' 82
(alian free lill:
459 Irapnell lld F
edar6 trv 1. Ae ti ille Rid.
Central it l ilsi,
Pinecreq Kc-srt ille Rd
.hun-r on the Rot k
JOI F. lisobrook. "-52.i40
(omuntunit. Christian:
I ;10 %. ihannon Hee. "54i-538
. ru,ird>.. ..R.AY 'inecretl.
(ouninrside Baptist (hbuch.
15322 idunet Rd.. 5"1-8210
Dmker First \. Gallagher Rd,
lastside. 1316b Calhoun St.
Fast lhmolotosassa: .clntosh
." Knigbhs-.riffin Rd. 986 34#6
Faith Temple Primilite:
808 I Iashinglon 51. "54i6661.
First Baplist (burch ofj M.tidaY:
Ifidunar Rd, "52-"209
First Baptist l t tha.
Intersection oj 5R 19 &0
lithia-.Piners Rd. "3" 1121
First Plant (Cit:
503 \.Palmer, "52.-l-10
First Fhonotolsmaa Pissionarm:
Ililntosh Rd. 986 4"56
Harmon. Baiptist (hunrh:
6008 1. Knights griffin Rd. 986.-"165
Hope ell: SR .9 5. "~.3053
Knihts: Paul Buchman I/i'..
'52 149"2

Irlminon: Hrmeth Imbhes Rd.
Lone Oak: lone Oak Rd, 754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Jolmson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
New Hope Freewill
Baptist CIurch:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 IDaniels Rd., '52 3985
i'00,\. Franklin St. "52 2-""9
akiMt nd: .ir mprt Rd. 525199
Plant City Primitire.
509A. Eters St. '5i-3261
Pleasant Groie First.
flrke' Creek Rd. "3"-2556
Shiloh Baptist Churrh-
905 W. Terrace Dr.. 1'5i-"445
Springhead: 5. Itig.egin.s Rnd.

St. luke lftssionamr:
108 5. Harnell St. "5- 4992
it. Ilarn's Freewill:
hnter Warren St. "5+-6853
St. fian' .Ifissionar':
18#4 S.R. 60E.. 3" -3668
St. Itar sC (ommunit, Che(huh:
90" E. Laura t. "5.4-1616
S;dne,: 1510 (revRd. 659-1502
Turkey (reek Community
Baptist thurth:
4 -i" ftrkev Creek Rd.
sl. j" 122i
Turker (reek First:
'rapnell Rd, "52 "890
i ictortr t issoniar: Mtaki Ret
welcome Baptist. 11308 etecorn
(hurrh St. 1811 "3"-22M88
Restside: 25103 t Grnunfelehd e.
hitelmrst Rd. 901 .. Whltehult Rd.

little Inion: 15510 (ounth Rd 9.
lithia. 6.5- 4"54
IalemnPrindlti e
1402 ialem (burrh Rd.. Sydner

t. (lemen t II 04\. Alexander t.,

%. Iilder Rd: 958, \ ilder Rd.
(ork: COrk Rmid. "52.1521
urnm S I.O1310 F. laura t1,
Sprinihead. I ginus Rd. "5i1-.11A5

i[.1Du00 .: 1.t .hrilnl
First: 2108 limnotoftssa Rd.

Sornerslone (hristam:
fMcilntosh Rd. A oJ SR 5"'

\cu G6race. 121 -1 aura 51t

ILIl.elinrd Tenn I
(alran Comnuniltr:
5209 Sndith.Ruis Rd
DMoer: Doun ing St. 659-2900)
Plant (Itl: 2103 IJudlake Rd, "52-4591
larken Creek: Turkey (reek Rd
at SR 60. "3"-1331
1"02,. FarlorRd. 986-1916

iAnderson, Inrijni)
Aingswm First: 2808 Kingswar ... 65".7500
Plant (itv: race Fellowship
"13 ilsobrook St. 361-8190
First: N. rG don and Baker t1.
Gospel Fabernacle:. Pollen & Haines it

St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,

Destiny Church of Plant City
1112 N. Wheeler St.,

Deliverance Tabernacle:
810 IW Grani St.
Refiue Chun-b of Our lord:
"28 U Ball St.

full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Samnionds Rd. "545 8413
Restoraliun Lssembl
106 5. Firers t.
Ervanelists for Jesus Tabernacle.
SR 5"i. E. oJ Doter. 659-0102

Cafianr Chapel Plant Cfit':
1310 ,orth Shannon e.. 892.0510
Christian Grouilh Center:
1310 .. Shannon. "192909
(or emant Bible Church:
1408 E. omlin it. "5.-1133
Deeper life fellounship:
Co illa Rd. Wof SR 39 ..
Reitiat Outreach (enter:
225 A. knoier Rd. 681-2250

Kingdom Hall 3202 A. Ilar.lalut.lie.
"52- 3453

Church oj less Cirist IDS5:
1805 ,\. Park Rd., 52-6364

Hope ILf: 2001 Park Hid. '52-4622
lonioflifeE Il1.
210-4 hud lake Rd. "52. h06-

Wagoner flemorial-
2102 .tud lake Rd. "52 -h6

full Go6pel Fellowship:
W. It lin.llie
full gospel tabertunde
2311 Sammnonds Rd. 5" i-/. .

Greater loi e (b-sltian 'enter:
1109 %. franklin St. 59. 82"0
Impact Famili t orsbp i enter.
IfeeLh at iefiner liiitaeiin
Sbhooil. 65".914
lidinos litematiotuit
( un-b oj Floridet
902 1. ReuJr St. "64-0929
lampa Bible feltlouthip
102011 Hills.nioOmih.le. '54-26"
l ull hnristt Church:
1911 6ronmon it. 659 2621
iouan s Praise and florship Center:
I.S. 92 F

Hohl Protection Ortildoa (nhurh:
.3820 ftoores lake Rd. Doter. 659.0123

Greater Heights lanil.y
Worship Center:
.301 ( lenons Rd. "5-1 "- H
lit Ing Hanters Foursquare
church : 602 5. Fiers St. "59.0528
euew Hope Irorship (enter.
803 itMalmone it. "5"-6123

Doter. Ifoone s lake & Holiness
(hurh Rd., 659-1301
church of the itling God.
1102F yler SI, -"5-5840

Fr angelical Plant Cth,.
110" Charlie Griffin Rd. "59-9383
First Presbyterian Plant Ci(':
0-i IF Reynolds it, '52-i211

ia1il b ti God niistin:
15140 SR 574, iner. 659 0930

Plant (it: 2203 Straubem, Dr.
52. 4691

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Fiang'elism ) 2011 south Riggins Rd..

first: 103 ..Johnson Rd.
"5+ 5968

St. I1ark I nlled (burch:
291- l ithia-Pinecrest Rd. lalrico.

Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd,
Dorer First: Ifooe s lake Rd at
Methodist (hurnh Rd. 659-1415
First Plant (ii.: 3J3 i. It ers 51.
G6re: 1801 E. (hem St. 659-3"18
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr. "54-21-i1
.SprlngeiauL- 2305 parkmnan Rt.
"52- 5"51
St. luke: 809 E. laura .51. 5".6051
Tlionotosassa: Fort king Hur at
tistletoe Dr., 986- '135
frinilh Plant (Clh:
412 WE English St. .52*-9316

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H(( Plant a(i Gampv, V
.lohnm R inkle Building
121,6 Vorti rark Rd. "59-92"

Trinity United
Nlethodist Church
402 Enlish5 .1.
Plilil iOn

Pastor's Message 6/18/06
"E'er)body But Dadd)"

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Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday s at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10.15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday 6-30pm
Women's Scrapbooking Cludt
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m.
Act,vtles for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.
905 W. Terrace Dr. 3,,1 .,i,i., H

St. ( cement
Cathoa! church h
Saturday 'i..i Mass:
4pm Englis', i: .. r; Spanish

San Jose 'l;ssion
3224 San Jose i.lission Dr.
(Off o, -4
Sunday Masses
7am & 10 31am English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. JL
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 S.'.uitr,i
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185

First United
Church of
Plant City

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Morning Worship II 00 AM 1
Evening Worship 600 RP.M
Wednesday A.-lult & Youth Ministries
7-00 PM
Kerry P Beaty Pastor

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Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins St.,
offers free pregnancy tests,
information and confidential
The center is open week-
days from,9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Volunteers are needed.
Call: 759-0886.
Aging Services wants
to hear from public
Whether it's a compliment
or a concern, Hillsborough
County's Aging Services
Department wants to hear
from you.

In an ongoing effort to pro-
vide quality and efficient serv-
ices,- Aging Services -has
implemented a new Customer
Care Line.
The Customer Care Line is
open Monday Friday, 8 a.m.
- 5 p.m. at 272-5242, and both
English and Spanish speakers
are available.
After hours customers can
leave a voicemail and the mes-
sage will be returned the next
business day.
For more information con-
tact, Katrina Blaine, Aging
Services, 272-5165.

Red Cross seeking volunteers
The American Red Cross
Tampa Bay Chapter is seeking
active or retired nurses with
RN or LPN licenses to serve as
Volunteer nurses serve as
an integral part of Red Cross
Disaster Action Teams that
operate from five Red Cross
offices in Hillsborough, Pasco
and Pinellas counties: Tampa,
Brandon, St. Petersburg,
Clearwater and Hudson.
Nurses provide health care
education, assistance in
obtaining medical care and
medication replacement and
follow-up care to victims of
home fires, hurricanes and
other disasters.
During hurricane relief

efforts, Red Cross nurses may
be assigned to shelters to
assist in providing health
related services to shelter
In addition, they.may -also
accompany Disaster Action
Teams which respond to local
community emergencies.
Those interested in serving
as Red Cross volunteer nurses
must have a current RN or
LPN license, be dependable,
in good health, have a flexible
schedule, be willing to
undergo a background check
and possess a strong sense of
caring and compassion for
Red Cross clients.
Prospective nurse volun-
teers undergo 10 to 18 hours of
training, including an orienta-

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ticipation in Red Cross CPR,
First Aid and Disaster
Response training courses.
Information: Kipp Hollo-
way, 348-4820, ext. 893, or e-
mail to:
Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available. No experi-
ence is necessary. Training will
be provided. Information: 969-
4991 or
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JUNE 15,2006. THE COURIER + 13


We Are Dismantling Our System

If the Founding Fathers
were to come back, I doubt if
they would recognize the
United States today. Oh, they
wouldn't be surprised by its
size or its population or its
technological progress. They
expected that and encouraged
What would disturb them is
how fond Americans have.
become of government. They
would be disturbed at how we
have allowed politicians and
judges to turn the
Constitution into an excuse
instead of a restraint. They
would be uneasy about the
large standing army we have
maintained since the end of
World War II. And they would
certainly disapprove of our
foreign policy, which can only
be described as imperialistic.
The Founding Fathers were
suspicious of government and
wary of it. They recognized
that government is always the
greatest threat to liberty.
George Washington likened
government to fire "a
dangerous servant and a
fearful master." The whole
purpose of the Constitution
they devised was to keep the
government divided and
First, they expected the
sovereign states to act as a

brake against any attempt by
the federal government to
usurp their powers as defined
by the Constitution. Abraham
Lincoln nullified that concept
with brute force. Under their
original plan, U.S. senators
were selected by the state
legislatures and were clearly
intended to act as ambassa-
dors from the states. Later
generations foolishly elimi-
nated that safeguard by
amending the Constitution so
that senators are elected by
the people.
Clearly, the Founding
Fathers did not approve of the
modern concept, imposed by
federal courts, of one man,
one vote. They designed the
House to represent the
people, but each state,
regardless of size, was given
two senators. When federal
courts eliminated the states'
ability to follow the example
of the Constitution, they
shifted political power from
the rural areas to the big
cities. It's been more or less
downhill ever since.
The Founding Fathers
rejected the parliamentary
system, in which the 'execu-
tive and the legislative
majority are one. They
wanted a House and Senate
that were elected indepen-

The Founding Fathers rejected

the parliamentary-system, in

which the executive and the

legislative majority are one.

They wanted a House and

Senate that were elected

independently of the president.

dently of the president. They
intended for Congress to act
as a check against attempts by
the executive branch to usurp
power, and they intended for
the president, wielding his
veto, to act as a check on
The modern two-party
system has nullified this
safeguard. Both Democrats
and Republicans act like
slaves to the man in the White
House if he shares their party
label, thus nullifying the most
important of the checks and
balances the Founding
Fathers built into the
Constitution. By acting like
lap dogs when their man wins
the White House, both
Democrats and Republicans
have imposed a parliamen-
tary system on us.

Americans, in defense of
their own liberty, should
make sure that whatever
party holds the White House
does NOT have a majority in
Congress. It is to our advan-
tage and was so intended by
the Founding Fathers that the
president and Congress be at
odds on all but the most
important issues..
To ensure an independent
judiciary, they made those
appointments for life, which
has turned out to be a mis-
take, given how reluctant
Congress is to impeach a
federal judge. My Confederate
ancestors recognized this
problem, and in their
constitution a federal judge
could be impeached by the
state legislature of the state in
which he sat. That would cure


a lot of abuses committed by
the federal judiciary.
A reading of the
Constitution makes it clear
that the federal government
was designed to be an agent
of the states and authorized
to act only on behalf of all the
states in a few, clearly speci-
fied areas. None of those
includes education, welfare,
medical care, foreign aid and
domestic pork-barrel proj-
Future historians, when
they come to write the
obituary of the United States,
will note that we started out
with the best system ever
devised by man and willingly
dismantled it for a bowl of
federal porridge.

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Vacation Bible school
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., June 19-
23, 6 to 9 p.m.: "Arctic Edge,
Where Adventure Meets Cour-
age," for ages 4 to fifth grade;
July 10-14: "Summersalt,"
sports and arts camp, 8 a.m. to
noon. For children who have
completed grades one through
five; July 24-28 "Space Quest"
Backyard Bible clubs 6 to 8
p.m. Call: 752-4104.

First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds St.,
holds Sunday school from 9 to
10 a.m. Sunday morning with a
worship service from 10:15 to
11:15 a.m. Communion is cele-
brated the first Sunday of each
month. Call: 752-4211.

Hope Lutheran services
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, has a
summer worship schedule.
The times are: worship at 9:15
a.m. and family Bible hour at
10:30 a.m. Classes are avail-
able for ages 2 through adult.
Call: 752-4622.

Eastside Baptist Church
Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., offers a
Sunday Bible study from 9:30
to 10:30 a.m.; morning worship
at 10:45 a.m. (with Children's
Church) and evening worship
at 6 p.m. There is a Bible study

for all ages on Wednesday from
6 to 8:30 p.m. Call: 754-2681.

Learning Center
enrolling students
Evangelical Presbyterian
Church Learning Center is now
enrolling students for fall 2006.
EPC Learning Center, 1107
Charlie Griffin Road, offers a
state-subsidized pre-kinder-
garten program and a
traditional preschool program.
Both programs are half day
and begin Aug. 3. All classes
have a teacher for every 10
students. Call: 759-9383.

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at Fred's Market Restau-
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
June 19-23: "Arctic Edge,.
Where Adventure Meets Cour-
age" vacation Bible school 6 to
9 p.m. for ages 4 through the
fifth grade.
July 10-14: "Summersalt,"
sports and arts camp, 8 a.m. to
noon. For children who have
completed grades one through
five. A $25 registration fee
whichincludes T-shirt, snacks,
supplies and special camp
gear. Register by June 30.

July 24-28 "Space Quest"
backyard Bible clubs 6 to 8
p.m. These will be held in var-
ious locations throughout the
community. Call: 752-4104.
The School of Music and
Arts of First Baptist is also
offering summer music
classes. The classes are:
Six weeks of private music
lessons in various instru-
ments will be offered June 5-
July 15 for $98.
Let's Make Music, a music
and arts experience for children
in grades one through five is
planned for June 27-28, from 9
a.m. to noon for $20 per child.
Come Blow Your Horn, an
instrumental workshop for
teens and adults will be offered
July 13-15, Thursday and
Friday evening from 6:30 to 8:
30 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30
a.m. to noon for $20 a person.
Call: 750-4878.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages Sundays at 9
a.m.; Sunday worship services
at 10:15 a.m. and 6 p.m.; and
Wednesday night worship at
6:15. Activities for children
and studentsstart at 6 p.m.
Call: 752-8345.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets Sundays at 10:30
a.m. Call: 752-9548.

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational

Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:15
a.m. at the Comfort Inn, 2003 S.
Frontage Road. Call: 643-8989.

Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values
discussions are offered the
first and third Monday of each
month from 5 to 6 p.m. at .the
Plant City Family YMCA's
youth extension site, 1507
YMCA Place. Call: 757-6677.

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30-p.m.
Each service will feature a dif-
ferent speaker. Call: Edith Lang-
ston, 759-0607, or 754-1096.

St. Clement services
St. Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., hosts its
Saturday vigil Mass from 4 to 5
p.m. Call: 752-8251.

Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
.the following community out-
reach services:
A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Call: 754-3834.

Church basketball games
Cedar Grove Baptist Church,
8201 Cedar Grove Church Road,

welcomes sixth- through 12th-
graders in the Keysville area to
play basketball Tuesdays from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Hot dogs and
drinks will be provided. Call:
Alan Hawkins, 833-5794, oi
Keith Carney Sr., 737-3357.

Christian preschool
Private Christian Preschool
offers a Christian preschool
program for children ages 2 to
4 at First Presbyterian Learn-
ing Center, 404 W. Reynolds
St. Call: 752-6874.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119 N.
Gordon St., offers adult Sunday
school at 10 a.m. followed by
the 11 a.m. service and youth
Sunday school. Ongoing classes
are offered Wednesday morn-
ings and Thursday evenings.
Also, a potluck dinner is offered
the first Sunday of every month
after the service. Call: 659-2624.

Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' New
Beginnings program is seeking
beds, couches and other
household items to assist
needy families. The ministry
also is in need of a truck to
facilitate pick up and delivery
of donated items. The ministry
is continuing its program oi
offering clothes, nonperishable
foods, emergency shelter and
prescription drugs and is seek-
ing donations of riding mowers
for its lawn mowing program.
All gifts are tax deductible.
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Elizabeth Davis Hodgkiss,
83, of Plant City died May 26.
She was born in Pittsburgh
and was a homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, James; a son, James
of Palm Harbor; a daughter,
Susan Nelson of Stewart; a
son-in-law, Craig Mansfield of
Annapolis, Md.; a brother,
William Davis of Pittsburgh;
four grandchildren; and three
Wells Memorial Funeral

Clement A. Campbell, 89, of
Plant City died May 29.
He was born in Arthurette,
New Brunswick, Canada.
He was a veteran of World
War II and a steel'fabricator.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Ralph Martines Sr., 49, of
Dover died May 29.
He was New York
City and was a longtime resi-
dent of Dover.
He was a park ranger for
Hillsborough County.
He is survived by his wife,
Cheryl; four sons, Ralph Jr.,

Scotty and Brian Watts, all of
Dover, and Anthony of Plant
City; his mother, Ruby M. Butts
of Valrico; three brothers, Frank
of Thonotosassa, Charles of
Balm and James F. Butts of Val-
rico; three sisters, Theresa Riley
of Plant City, Julie A. Brown of
Dover and Janis M. Banke of
Inveffness; and a grandchild.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Charles R. Siniard, 63, of
Lakeland died May 30.
He was born in .Huntsville,
Ala., and moved to Lakeland
from Alabama in 1958.
He worked for Sunshine
Pete in Orlando for 27 years.
He is survived by his wife,
Vaughn D.; two sons, Charles
M. of Lakeland and Richard D.
of Lake Wales; a daughter,
Melissa Miller of Lakeland; his
mother, Ilamae of Lakeland;
two brothers, Jerry H. and
Andy, both of Lakeland; three
sisters, Linda Harris of Winter
Haven, Evaline Vickers of
Plant City and Aubrey Krinner
of Lakeland; 10 grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.
Central Florida Casket
Store, Lakeland.

John C. Sweat, 69, of Dover
died May 30.
He was a lifelong resident of

Dover and served in the U.S.
Air Force. He was a purchas-
ing agent for CF Industries.
He is survived by his wife,
Patricia; four sons, David,
Charles and Joseph, all of
Dover, and James of Plant City;
a daughter, Cambria Compton
of Dover; two brothers, Frank of
Lake City and George of Dover;
and seven grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Randolph N. Hall, 86, of
Dover died June 1.
He was a lifelong resident of
Dover and a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II.
He was a plumber.
He is survived by his wife,
Bertha; a son, Don of Dover; one
brother; and four grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Rollie A. Watson Sr., 64, of
Plant City died June 4.
He was born in Alamo, Ga.,
and was a veteran of the Viet-
nam War.
He was a heavy equipment
operator and a Baptist.
He is survived by his wife,
Vivian; two sons, Rollie Jr. and
Terry, both of Plant City; two
daughters, Tracy of Seffner
and Dawn of Plant City; two
sisters, Linda Murphy of Pine-
crest and Dorothy Joyner of

McRae, Ga.; eight grandchil-
dren; and a great-grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Richard T. Amberiz, 16, of
Plant City died June 5.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a student at
Durant High School.
He attended St. Clement
Catholic Church.
He is survived by his father,
Robert. of Plant City; his
mother, Gloria of Plant City; a
brother, Robert Jr. of Plant
City; a half sister, Crystal Han-
cock of Plant City; and a niece,
Yalitza of Plant City.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Lyverta "Pat" Barron Ragan,
74, of-Plant City died June 6.
She was born in Radcliff, Ky.,
and came here from Kentucky
in 1953. She was a homemaker
and attended Faith Lighthouse
Assembly of God.
She is survived by her
husband, Curtis; a son, Ricky
Barron of Plant City; four daugh-
ters, Theresa "Gail" Alfonzo of
Naples, Rhonda Hall of Orlando,
Lynn Davis of Wesley Chapel
and Barbara Hutchcraft of Val-
rico; four brothers, Ed Trow-
bridge of Harrison, Ark., Harold

JUNE 15, 2006 THE COURIER + 15

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Trowbridge of Meigs, Ga., and
John Trowbridge of Mississippi;
two sisters, Sarah Crowe of
Harrison, Ark., and Katie Odom
of Hickory, N.C.; 14 grandchil-
dren; and 14 great-grandchil-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Cathy D. Stufflebeem, 49, of
Plant City died June 6.
She was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a homemaker.
She is survived by hei
husband, Bobby; a son, Kyle of
Plant City; a daughter, Amy of
Plant City; her mother, Lois Gid-
dens of Plant City; three sisters,
Edna O'Connell, Destiny White
and Diane Wilson, all of Plant
City; and a granddaughter.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Jack Cox, 85, of Plant City
died June 7.
He was born in Alabama City,
Ala., and moved here as a child.
He was an analytical chemist foi
IMC Chemical Co. and attended
Eastside Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Melba; two daughters, Cheryl
Tibbits of Plant City and Patti
Sunday of McAllen, Texas; and
- six grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.


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The Rev. Norm Blanton: Somebody Cares Plant City

The Rev. Norm Blanton is a
spiritual jack-of-all trades. An
Drdained minister in the
Church of God, he has engaged
a variety of professional expe-
riences to answer God's call to
service. The Plant City native
works with Tampa's Salvation
Army as a counselor, but he
finds his real .passion through
Somebody Cares Plant City.

Q: So you're a native?
A: I was born in 1948 and
raised in Plant City. I .gradu-
ated high school in 1966 then I
married Sherril Balliet in 1968.
She's fifth generation and I'm
third or fourth. (They have two

Q: Where did you attend
A: Polk Junior College then
USF. I wanted to be a football
coach, but then the Lord redi-
rected me. I graduated from
Lee College in Tennessee with
my degree in Christian

Q: When did God call you?
A: I've always loved the
church. I accepted Christ at
the Plant City Church of God
when I was 10. I've always-
been a volunteer, nobody ever
had to ask me to do anything. I
knew the Lord was leading me
into ministry.

Q: What is the city's biggest
A: That we somehow never
lose our Southern hospitality,
the good feeling of being part
of a community, and that we
strive to work together. I still
think there is division amongst
the races, and that saddens

Q: Who is your Bible hero?

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The Rev. Norm Blanton of Somebody Cares Plant City enjoys
going to flea markets with his wife and bass fishing.

A: Joshua was someone who
God raised up. "As for-me and
my house, we will serve the
Lord." I know there's a greater
work to be done, I just have a
desire to follow Christ.

Q: Outline your career.

A: I was a youth pastor in
West Palm Beach. Then we
returned to Plant City arid I
got involved in county
government for 18 years. I was
bi-vocational, serving as youth
pastor in Brandon then work-
ing in the Plant City Church of

God. I got involved in a lot of

Q: How did you end up in
community work?
A: In 1993, we prepared for
the ministry, but the Lord
redirected again. It was more
and more outside of the local
church. I was a Promise Keep-
ers ambassador and put
together a task force and some
men's rallies. It gave me a
fresh, open experience of the
church as a whole. I pastored
the Southern Methodist
Church for two years, but then
the Lord led me back into the

Q: What is Somebody Cares
Plant City?
A: My burden is really for
the Plant City community. I
consider myself a facilitator
promoting spiritual unity and
providing opportunities for
service through a network of
churches and organizations in
the area. The vision I have is
that we would see more unity
among the races and the
churches. We promote the
National Day of Prayer. We're
trying to weigh the future.

Q: How do you see the
A: My vision is that one day
I could say with Joshua
(Joshua 6:16) "Shout, for the
Lord has given you the city!"

Q: What do you love about
Plant City?
A: Plant City is changing,
but we still have the small-
town atmosphere. You can
know a lot of people and we
have some great activities. We
have a government that's
Christian. I think we have a lot
of great pastors, but we don't

have a ministerial association.
I've used Somebody Cares to
do a lot of networking.

Q: What is God teaching.
A: That in time, things are
going to happen. I'm impa-
tient, I want to se things
happen tomorrow. I have to
understand there's a time-
table. People do lots of good
things I'll never know about.

Q: Do you have a favorite
A: "Walk Across America,"
(a chronicle of a man's trek on
foot across the country). I
couldn't put it down. Maybe
in another life I'd like to do
that kind of thing. I've always
liked to travel.

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I love being with my wife,
going to flea markets. I love to
go bass fishing, being with my
family, traveling to the moun-

Q: Do you have a scripture
to share?
A: I have a great Bible verse
from Philippians. "I pray that
your love for each other will
overflow more and more, and
that you will keep on growing
in your knowledge and under-
standing." Also from Psalms
133, the spirit of unity: "How
wonderful it is and how pleas-
ant when brothers live in har-
mony. "
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Cornerstone Center benefit
The Plant City Cornerstone
Center, 315 N. Collins St., will
present "A Night of Talent"
June 23 at 6:30.
The show will feature the
Beach Combers, pianist
Trevor Falls, Royce Burt from
Southern Star Bluegrass Band
and more. The grand finale
will feature dancers from the
Plant City Theatre of Arts.
The event will help in the
restoration of the former First
Baptist Church, now the Plant
City Cornerstone Center.
.Admission is $15 at the door.
Call: 752-9225 or 752-2659.

'Pom, Pom Zombies'
'Pom, Pom Zombies,' a
musical theater show, is set for
June 23-24 at 7 p.m. at Ms.
Dixie's Aurora Music & Per-
forming Arts Studio, 206 S.
Evers St. Admission: $8 for.
adults, $6 for seniors and chil-
dren. Information: 717-9575
or e-mail Dixie Forbes-Gorby

Little League registration
Plant City Little League is
planning a fall instructional
program for baseball and soft-
ball. Registration at Mike San-
sone Park, 1702 N. Park Road,
is set June 24 from 9 a.m. to
noon. Fee: $45. A birth certifi-
cate is required for all new
players. Call: 752-8941.

Vacation Bible school
Church On the Rock vaca-
tion Bible school is set for
June-26-30 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Children from kindergarten
through fifth grade can enjoy
games, snacks, skits, crafts,
music and more. The school is
free. Church on the Rock is at
301 E. Alsobrook St. Registra-
tion: 752-3740 or rockofpc-

Sports physical
South Florida Baptist
Hospital will provide sports
physical for Plant City schools
June 27 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at
the Medical Arts Center, 1301
W. Timberlane Drive.
Screening schedule: Turkey
Creek Trojans, 5:30 to 6 p.m.;
Tomlin Middle School, 6 to 6:
30 p.m.; Plant City High
School, 6 to 6:30 p.m.; Antioch
Youth Sports, 6:30 to 7 p.m.;
Pinecrest Youth Sports, 7 to 7:
30 p.m.; Durant High School, 7
to 7:30 p.m.; Dover Patriots, 7:
30 to 8 p.m.; Plant City Dol-
phins, 7 to 8 p.m.; Plant City
Colts, 7:30 to 8 p.m.; and walk-
ins, 8 to 8:30 p.m.
Cost is $12. Registration is
required. Call: 754-4444.

July Fourth celebration
The fifth annual July Fourth
celebration is set July 4 from 5
to 10 p.m. at Plant City Sta-
dium, 1900 Park Road.
The free event includes live
entertainment, food, games
for children, fireworks and
more. Call: Stephen Rossiter,

Family film night
The Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.,
will offer a family film night
July 6 at 7. Children must be
able to sit through a full-length
feature film. Call the library for
title and length. Information:
757-9215 or
See CALENDAR, Page 25

JUNE 15, 2006 *THE COURIER 17

Sports Physicals
South Florida Baptist Hospital is offering low-cost
sports physical to athletes from local schools and
sports organizations. Please arrive during your
team's scheduled appointment time in order to
check in with your team's representative. The cost of
the physical will be $12. Please bring any required
school, league or team form. Parent or legal
Guardian must be present. All proceeds, minus $2
per exam, will go to support your team. Call jodi
Knowles at (813) 757-8511 with questions.

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Healthy Lifestyle

Diabetes Education Support
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (81.3) 757-8202.
July 11
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free
Free Blood Pressure Chedks
No appointments necessary.
Every Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby

Bereaved Parents Support
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will
be times for mothers and fathers to
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4th Thursday of the month
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July 31
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This six-week course prepares you
and your partner for all phases of
labor and delivery. It covers
emotional issues, relaxation and
breathing exercises, and feeding and
caring for your new baby. The sixth
class contains information previously
given out during our Baby Care
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on Tuesday. Must register to attend.

(Maximum 8 couples)
June 26 July 31
Administration Conference Room
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City Property Sold To St. Luke Independent Church

City commissioners have
approved the sale of two small
parcels of land to St. Luke
Independent Church for
The church, at 809 Laura St.,
owns two lots fronting Laura
Street. The church sits on one
of the lots, both of which
measure 40 by 62 feet, while
the other is used for parking
during services.
The newly purchased par-
cels, which included a strip of
city land deemed a vacated
alley, will increase the church's
property by another 3,600
square feet.
The two parcels south of the
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able housing effort in the
Laura Street area. One parcel,
,16 feet by 42.5 feet, was pur-
chased by the city with money
from the federal Community
Development Block Grant

program. The second parcel,
which includes the vacated
alley, measures 64 feet by 42.5
feet. It was purchased by the
city with funding from the
Community Redevelopment
Trust Fund.
"We are blessed and grateful
and thank the city for giving us
the opportunity to grow," said
Carl McKay, pastor at St. Luke.
McKay said the church
would use the added property
to construct rooms for Sunday
school classes, a practice
facility for the choir and other
needed renovations.
"We are growing and will
continue to grow," McKay
said. "The restoration of the
Laura Street area will be a plus
for this community and our
"Because of the location of
the parcels the property was of
no use to the city," said City
Attorney Ken Buchman. "But
we knew the church could
benefit from the sale. The pro-
ceeds will be placed back into
the. grant funds. The redevel-
opment of the area will be
strengthened by this

GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
St. Luke Independent Church, 809 Laura St., recently purchased two parcels of land from the city
for $2,100. The additional 3,600 square feet of land will allow the church to build a Sunday school
and choir practice facility.

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social work. o
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City was awarded an MBA in
business administration.

Springhead Elementary
The following students
have been named to the Prin-
cipal's Honor Roll for the
fourth nine-week grading
period at Springhead Elemen-
tary School:
Third Grade: Karina Gon-
zalez, Ashley Calkins, Kyle
Davis, CourtneyBeahn, Cadie
Maxwell and Justine Reeves.
Fourth Grade: Nick John-
son, Kasey Wells, Jennifer
Hicks, ReganMcGavin, Santi-
ago Marin, Derrick Jordan,
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Wendel, Matthew Breuer,
Kelly Haney, Melina Fuhrer,
Briana Sanchez, Hannah
Boles, Chelsea Cannon,
Megan Rivieccio, Richard
Rosselle, Morgan Moody and
Taylor Morris.

Cork Elementary
The following pupils were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at Cork
Elementary School:
First grade: Tyler Abraham,
Kyle Tears, Destinee Wilson,
Cassidy English, Lauren
Madera, Lindsey Shover,
EmilyWalker, Salma Chappa,
Taylor Davis, Garrett Gray,
Autumn Hames, Jayde Kick-
lighter, Jack Ray, Colten
Smith, Sara Adams, Grace
Barry, Cali Boles, Kaitlyn
Brevik, Jax Crossen, Neethu
George, Parker Killebrew,
Monica Rangel, MaryBeth
Stewart, Wesley Thomas,
Steven Witchoskey, Taylor
Barrios, Khadijah Bradley.
Second grade: Alison Jarvis,
John Banks, Jacob Bessey,
Chara DeWet, Hayley Hill,
MichaelJay, ClayJoyner,Allee
Norman, Brooke Piergallini,
Taylor Edgemon, Austin
Johnson, Jasmine Santiago,
Anna Conrad, Rigoberto

Jurado, Enfily Matthews,
Megan Mulvihill, Colin
Allman, Hailey Camp, Zac-
hary Cross, Meredith Delcas-
tillo, Teenu George, Kayla
Haynes, April Herrera, Blake
Wyatt, Cassidy Bazley,
Third grade: Abigail Baker,
Jessica Larson, Steve Cole-
man, Clay Cullins, Madison
Jarrard, Rebecca Stephens,
Thomas Doyle, Jennifer Thar-
rington, Danielle Grimes,
Alex McFaul, Anna Pulley,
Seth Scarbrough, Cynthia
Tharrington, Kierstan
Thomas, Krislyn Welch, Lacy
Stephens, Ian Slamen.
Fourth grade: Cody Boles,
Kelsey Brevik, Jamie Burke,
Madison Crossen, Aly Joyner,
Lidia Lopez, Tim Sparks,
Kalyn Burkman, Karlie
Cowell, Karah Greene, Jarrett
Cravey, Jessica Madera,
Desiree Rangel, Ashley
Strickland, Mylie Feaster,
Allyson Glover, Karly Rogers,
Bailey Lawrence.
Fifth grade: Brooke Miller,
Katie Shirley, Austin Smith,
Jamee Townsend, Zora Mill-
erleile, Codee Chessher.

Morgan Woods
The following pupils were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at
Morgan Woods Elementary
Kimberly Brown, Nicholas
Dominguez, Ryan Vivirito,
Amanda Castrillo, Jacqueline
Martinez, Abby Keil, Christo-
pher O'Farrell, Jessica Sosa,
Zachary Gari, Jonathan Hab-
erhern, John Lemus, Daniel
Ospina, Gabrielle Steinig,
Travis Cannon, Rachel Hix,
Christina Lunsford.

Knights Elementary
The following students
have been named to the Prin-
cipal's Honor Roll for the
fourth nine-week grading
period at Knights Elementary
Grade 1: Haylee Bowe, Toni
Ford, Christina Munoz,
Anyssa Smith, Remi Stephens,
Evia Perez, Jacob Stevens,
Dominic Gardella, Courtney
Harrod, Savannah R. Reagan,
Elias Gutierrez, Alyssa Byrd,
Noah Cape, Rhinna Vaughn,
Jacob Conrad, Jessica Harell,
Molly Kim, Cullen Telfer,
Savannah N. Reagan, Joanna
Chen, Trevor Violett and Joel
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definitely looking forward to. I
love new adventures. But it
will be a refreshing break from
all the things that I am pres-
ently working on."
Closshey is working with a
private production company
making short movies to be
viewed at film festivals around
the country. This body of work
is something Closshey said
she hopes will lead to feature
"I have appeared in seven
works during the last six
months," she said. "We have
two more to finish and I will
be more than ready for
another trip to Europe."
Closshey's first taste of
touring Europe as a musician
came during the summer of
2004. A New York production
company contacted Closshey
and invited her to join 19
other international perform-
ers based in Genoa, to perform
in Milan, San Remo, San
Marino, Venice, Florence,
Rome and Naples. The troupe,
made up of highly acclaimed,
young musicians improvised
during each performance and
based each show on the music
found traditionally in each
"The Operafestival di Roma
will not involve all that travel,"
Closshey said. "Once in Rome,

"At any site listed, a child
can get lunch or a snack. We're
hoping to erase the stigma
that is associated with the pro-
gram," said program manager
Bernadine White King.
She added that only one in
five kids eligible for free or
reduced lunch programs will
receive a nutritious lunch this
summer, citing parents' work
schedules and families not
having the financial means to
provide lunches as reasons for
the children not eating prop-
erly. On a positive note, King
said the program serves about
10,000 lunches and 14,000
snacks a day, averaging
750,000 meals and snacks over
the summer.
A meal might include a
sandwich, chips and fruit.
The summer lunch program
"fills a gap" between the

the cast will work together for
the first time. Each of us will
know our individual parts. But
the entire work will come
together during one week of
The Plant City native has
been reaching for stardom as
a performing artist since she
was barely old enough to walk.
Her career went national
when she was 2 years old.
From 1984 to 2004, Closshey's
image as a red-headed toddler
was found on the packages of
Northern bathroom tissue. In
the meantime, Closshey's rise
to stardom continued in the
real world.
Following her attendance at
area elementary and middle
schools, Closshey attended
Plant City High School as a
freshman. Then she was
enrolled at Lakeland's
Harrison Art Center where she
studied music, dance, theater
and musical theater along
with the usual core of classes.
During her three years at
Harrison, 1997-99, Closshey
won a number of awards
including high academic
awards, community service
medallions, national science
awards, citizenship honors,
school principal awards and
all-county and all-state honors
for her musical skills.

school years, from May 30 to
Aug. 2, King said.
The program operates on a
$1.2 million federal grant
funded by the Department of
Agriculture and provided
locally by the Department of
Education, Banks said.
Banks said he'd like more
organizations to volunteer to
become sites for the program.
Prerequisites include having
an adequate-sized building
for the children to eat, refrig-
eration, trash services and a
volunteer staff member to run
the program. The program
does not cost the host agency
anything, and all food is sup-
"A nourishing meal is
needed," said King. "Children
take a vacation, hunger does-
For more information about
the program, call 276-2092.

Her most cherished
achievement was graduating
as the senior class valedicto-
rian with the highest grade
point average in the history of
the school, she said.
Closshey was an honor stu-
dent at Florida Southern Col-
lege, graduating with degrees
in marketing and exercise sci-
ence. She was a four-time
participant in the Miss Florida
Pageant. Between 2000 and
2003, she held titles as Miss
Tampa .Bay, Miss Orlando,
twice, and Miss Tampa.
. From 2003 to 2004, Clos-
shey completed a one-year
contract with Busch Gardens,
where she combined her
musical and dance skills, play-
ing lead violin in the nation-
ally acclaimed show "Jammin'
at Busch Gardens," prior to
her first performing tour of
Europe. Her musical experi-
ence also includes playing
fiddle with Charlie Daniels
and Ricky Skaggs, performing
Celtic fiddle for the
international dance troupe
Irish Thunder, and perform-
ances with orchestras in
Tampa playing the music of
Frank Sinatra. Closshey has
recorded with Jon Secada, a
contemporary Latin artist.
And in 2005 she toured the
West Coast with Josh Groban.

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Consumer complaints
The Hillsborough County
State Attorney's Office has a
consumer protection agency
in Plant City. Consumers can
schedule appointments to
speak with an investigator
about their complaints on the
second and fourth Friday of
each month.
Agency representatives can
assist in investigating, mediat-
ing and sometimes referring
complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive and criminal acts
and practices by businesses
and individuals posing as a
Appointments are at the
Plant City Courthouse, State
Attorney's Office, 302 N.
Michigan Ave., Room 10. Call:
Protection Agency, 903-3430.

Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wedhesdays.
Classes cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from 10 to 11.
a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:
45 p.m.
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for sen-
iors Wednesdays and Fridays
from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thursdays
from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center,
1601 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. The Kids Cafe serves
nutritious, hot meals to
school-age children.
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square
dances with rounds are offered
Wednesday from 7 to 9:30
p.m. at Strawberry Square
Dance Center, 4401 Boot Bay
Road. Call: 752-0491.

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Christian women's club
The Plant City Christian
Women's Club plans a "Posi-
tively Patriotic Day" luncheon
July 11 at 11:30 a.m. at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club on
Clubhouse Drive. The cost is
$13. The speaker will be
Sharon Sabo with music by
Johny Kennedy.
For reservations and com-
plimentary nursery, call
Carole at 759-1708.

Storytelling event
Storyteller Windell Camp-
bell will perform July 13 at 10:
30 a.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
Campbell's repertoire includes
traditional African folk tales,
some originals, and more.
Information: 757-9215 or

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The long-running Straw-
berry Classic Car Show will be
July 15 from 4 to 9 p.m. The
event includes antiques, cus-
toms, classics and hot rods in
and around McCall Park, 100

GED classes
The Hillsborough County
School District offers free
adult high school credit and
general educational develop-
ment diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more
than 100 locations and during
flexible day and evening
hours with customized
instruction to meet individual
student needs.
Information: 276-5654 or

Blood pressure checks
The Hillsborough County
Department of Aging Services
offers free blood pressure
readings for seniors the first
Monday of the month at 10:30
a.m. at Plant City Senior
Center, 1205 S. Waller St.
Call: 757-3824.

Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in
Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
portation. Volunteers must
have a car and be available for
a few weekday hours per
month, between 9 a.m. and 5
p.m. Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital offers free car safety
seat checks Friday and Satur-
days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through-
out the year at the hospital's
. Community Health Resource
The checks are by appoint-
ment only. Call: 754-4444.

Meals on Wheels seeks
Meals on Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to deliver
meals. Drivers use their own
cars and should be able to
work between 10 a.m. and 12:
30 p.m. Call: 754-9932:

HCC seeks bilingual math,
reading teachers .
The Plant City campus of

N. Collins St. Admission and
registration is free.
Information: 754-3707 or

Quilt guild barbecue
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild
plans a potluck dinner/
summer barbecue July 13 at 6:
30 p.m. at the Winter Visitor's
Center, 304 Dort St.
Call: 752-7409.

Computer classes for kids
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., will offer
the following computer classes
for children in grades three
through six:
July 13: "Create a Flyer" -
Create a bookmark using
Microsoft Word and tables, 2:
30 p.m.
July 20: "Powerpoint for
Kids" Create a Powerpoint
presentation from a Word
document, 2:30 p.m.
+ July 29: "Internet for Kids"
- Use search engines to find
information, 2:30 p.m.
Basic mouse and keyboard
skills required. Attendance is
limited to 18. Free tickets will

Hillsborough Community Col-
lege is in need of certified read-
ing and mathematics bilingual
instructors for its Adult General
Education Program.
Class hours will be flexible
to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area.
The classes take place at
HCC's Plant City campus.
HCC established the pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma but transition to col-
lege as well.
Call: 757-2111.

Juvenile probation program
Volunteers are needed for
the Department of Juvenile
Justice's program in the areas
of clerical, mentor or case
management assistance.
The office is at 1601 W. Rey-
nolds St., Suite 103. Call: Sue
Sloan or Barbara Hubert, 757-

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
To donate, place the items
in a "Lions Recycle for Sight"
collection bin at the following
locations: the office of Drs.
Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office of
Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n'
Karry on Alexander Street and
the Meadows at Country-

Yo-yo club
The Florida Sultans of Spin
yo-yo club meets the first
Friday of each month from 7
to 9 p.m. at the Brandon Rec-
reational Center, 510 E. Sadie
Beginners and advanced
yo-yo players, boys and girls
are welcome.
Call: Marcia, 254-4642, or
Debbie, 254-2214.

be given out one hour before
each workshop until space is
filled. Call: 757-9215.

PCHS Class of '76
The Plant City High School
Class of 1976 plans its 30th
reunion July 21-22.
Information: 754-0930 or

PCHS Class of '61
Plant City High School Class
of 1961 plans its 45-year reun-
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To Play College Hoops

She's never been to Warner,
Okla., but Courtney Chatman
knows it's the place for her.
On Monday, Chatman, just
graduated from Plant City
High, signed a letter of intent
to play basketball for Connors
State College.
Connors State is the only
college in Warner, a town of
2,000. Of the five sports that
the Cowboys (or Cowgirls)
compete in, one of them is
rodeo. But Chatman said she
had. a feeling about the place,
which is all she can go by.
"The first time I'll see the
school is when I go to start
classes," Chatman said. "But I
come from a Christian family
... and I just got a good feeling
from talking to their coach
that this was the right place."
Big school or small, the
chances of Chatman going
anywhere to play collegiately
seemed unlikely two years
ago. In fact, in the past decade,
only two other Raider girls

basketball players have taken
their games to the college
But when Ginger Forte took
over as the Plant City High
coach, she helped instill a
passion for the game, Chat-
man said. And at around the
same time, Chatman started
playing for the Florida Stars,
an AAU team in Tampa.
The AAU squad allowed
Chatman the chance to play
on a bigger stage.
The Stars played in tourna-
ments in Georgia and Louisi-
ana. Sam Robinson, the Stars'
coach, has a daughter who
played for one of the national
championship teams at the
University of Connecticut.
"He's a great coach, and the
whole reason he has the AAU
team is for girls who might
have a chance to play college,
to get exposure," Chatman
Robinson had everything to
do with Chatman's exposure
to Connors State. He talked
her up to the Connors coach
and that was all it took.
In her senior season, Chat-
man averaged 12.7 points per
game and eight rebounds,

KE\1N BR\D\ 'Staiffphorn
Plant City High School basketball standout Courtney Chatman, seated, middle, signs a scholarship
to attend Connors State College in Warner, Okla., June 12. Chatman plans to study journalism.
Looking on are, in back, from left, PCHS Principal David Steele, Assistant Principal Dina Sposaro
and teacher Kelly Harper. Sitting next to Chatman are Kareen Chatman, Courtney's mother, left,
and Ginger Forte, coach of the Raiders girls basketball team.

adding about two blocks and
steals per contest.
"Offense is my strength. I
feel I'm a pretty well-rounded
player," said Chatman, who
feels equally comfortable
shooting the 3-pointer as she
does posting her opponents
up inside. She said she defi-
nitely will work on improving
her defense at the next level.
Connors State, a Division I

junior-college program, plays
in the Bi-State Conference,
which covers Oklahoma and
Arkansas. The school will be
celebrating its 100th year in
Warner is located in Musko-
gee County, indeed, the same
Muskogee made famous in
song by Merle Haggard.
And while, Haggard, who
sang he was "proud to be an

Okie from Muskogee," said
"football's still the roughest
thing on campus," he clearly
was not speaking of Connors
State, since it only has five
sports and football is not one
of them.
Chatman had better get
used to a different sort of
Warner is deep in the heart
of rodeo country.

2 Durant Graduates Earn

Shots At Pro Baseball

Photo courtesy of Amy Nizamoff

Hat trick for Cyclones
The Valrico Cyclones under-10 3v3 soccer team shows off its medals after winning the 3v3
Kickit Soccer Shootout in Clearwater recently. Team members include, in front, from left,
Alex Wenrich and Alexis Heartfield and, in back, from left, coach Bill Heartsfield, Claire
Kartheiser, Tori Nizamoff, Ericka Lott and coach Rick Lott. During April and May, the
Cyclones also won the Challenger Sports and 3v3 Live tournaments. They also finished
second while playing up in the U11 division of the Sports Illustrated 3v3 tournament. The
Cyclones will compete in the Challenger Sports 3v3 national championships at Disney in
July, the Sports Illustrated world championships in January 2007 (also at Disney) and the 3v3
Live national championships in San Antonio in February 2007.

Call The Courier at 657-4511

Former Durant baseball
player Matt Reed; a Plant City
native, did not get taken in last
week's Major League Baseball
draft, but he got the next best
thing: Reed signed as a free
agent with the Philadelphia
Phillies and reported to their
camp in Clearwater this week.
Meanwhile, Carmine Giar-
dina, the star Durant pitcher
who went into the draft
thinking he could go in the
first round, was not selected
until the second day. Giar-
dina, picked in the 28th round
by the Red Sox, slipped
because no team was appa-
rently willing to meet his con-
tract demands.
At least Giardina was
prepared for the drop.
"I knew that if I didn't go in
the top three rounds, I was
going to slip far and it was
only because of money," he
said. "A couple of teams called
and asked me if I would take a
certain (lesser) amount but I
was set on my number."
In New Mexico for the All-
American Game presented by
PlayStation, Giardina said he
and Sarasota's Mark Sobolew-
ski both went off to have lunch
after the fourth round passed
with neither being drafted.
Sobolewski was taken in the
19th round, the first round of

the second day of the draft.
The Red Sox own Giardina's
rights until (and unless) he
chooses to accept his schol-
arship from the University of
Texas. A lot of players who are
drafted later than expected
choose to take the college
Giardina has the luxury of
time. He will spend the
summer playing for one of the
more accomplished travel
teams in the country, Chet
Lemon's Juice, managed by
the former Detroit Tiger. The
Red Sox will be keeping a close
watch on him.
enough to offer Giardina the
big-monrey deal he believes he
should get, then Giardina will
take the deal and turn pro.
For Reed, who grew up in
Plant City (his parents Jim and
Donna Reed now live in Rich-
mond, Va.), signing was a no-
brainer. Reed just completed
his college career at Warner
Southern in Lake Wales.
Reed earned honorable
mention on the NAIA All-
American team. The Royals
advanced to the finals of the
region tournament, where
Reed was named to the all-
tourney squad. He led Warner
Southern in homers (10), runs
(51), stolen bases (a career-
high 21) and slugging percent-
age (.571).
Reed went to Jesuit before
transferring to Durant for his
final two years. As a junior, he
hit two home runs in the
region quarterfinals, a win

See PRO BALL, Page 28




Photo courte-, of Donna Reed
After hitting a homer, Matt Reed rounds third base and pre-
pares to shake hands with Warner Southern College coach Jeff
Sikes. Reed signed as a free agent with the Philadelphia Phillies.



Continued From Page 27
against Kissimmee Osceola.
Though not in the celebra-
tory way he probably had
imagined, Giardina still had
an eventful week. The All-.
American game was played at
Isotopes Field, home of the
AAA affiliate of the Florida
"It was the nicest field I've
ever played in," he said. "The
outfield goes up into a hill
shape, like the one the Hous-
ton Astros have. Steve Evarts
(from Robinson High) and I
just hung out in the outfield
before the game, laying on the
Once in the game, Giardina
was sharp, striking out two in
one scoreless inning of work.
The night before the game
was interesting as well. Giar-
dina got to hang out with
several fellow team members
from Florida and a very
familiar face from New York.
"I was on the same team as
Danny Almonte. We hung out
and had dinner the night
before the draft," said Giar-

Almonte, who graduated
. 1.:, high school recently, is the
pitcher who led his Bronx
Little League team to the
World Series and all the way to
the finals before it was discov-
ered he was nearly two years
older than the legal limit.
Still, Almonte managed to
have a great high school
career. However, he went
completely undrafted.

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Photo courtesy of Plant City Little League

Purple Machine
Plant City Little League 7-, 8- and 9-year-old machine-
pitch girls hold their tournament of champions trophies
high after winning the event.


Lancers golf tourney
To benefit its teams, the
Plant City Lancers club soccer
program will host a two-man
golf tournament at Plant City
Golf Course.
The final event is June 16, a
nine-hole best-ball and nine-
hole alternate shot tourna-
Cost: $45. Prizes go to first
and second places in gross
and net divisions.

Call: Chris, 299-2449.

Brandon baseball camp
Brandon High School will
host four-day baseball camps
throughout June for ages 8-12
and 13-17.
Space is limited.
Call: Matt Stallbaumer or e-
mail matt.stallbaumer@sdhc-

Brandon basketball camp
Coach Mark Hermann and
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a series of one-week basket-
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in June. Start dates are June 19
or June 26. Ages 9-12 will meet
from 8 a.m. to noon daily and
ages 13-16 will meet from 1 to
5 p.m. daily. Cost: $65.
Camps are limited to 35
participants each week. Par-
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camp by calling Coach Her-
mann, 744-8120, Ext. 287.
Registration forms:

Bloomingdale camp
Boys and girls ages 8-14 are
invited to attend basketball
camp at Bloomingdale High
School this summer. The final
camp is June 26-29. Cost: $65.
Call: Coach Josh Chapin,
744-8018, Ext. 434, or e-mail
Joshua.chapin@sdhc.kl2. -

Adult football players wanted
The Hillsborough Hurri-
canes seek players ages 18 and
older. The Hurricanes play an
eight-game season and are
looking for players to fill all
Call: Rich, 643-9318.

Umpires needed
The Triangle Umpire Asso-
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umpires for the upcoming
If interested, call Mark Carl-
son, 319-5420, or Mike Lan-
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Sheds from $1 925. Al- Espanol.
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790 681-5468 NO Home Phone Service?
$14.95 Basic Get
STEEL 18x21 Carport Reconnected Quickly!
$695 installed; Bldings/ Long distance plans
Sheds from $1,925. Al- avauable, no deposit.
most Any Size Available Transfer service keep
813-299-4790 681-5468 same number. 1-888-
467-8286 & 1-800-813-
((Commercial Equipment 9235. Instatone. DSL
Internet Available.
24" vinyl graphics cutter, (Exercise Equipment))
computer, software & [ equipment JJ
supplies $2500. Over
$5k invested less than TREADMILL, ProForm.
1 yr old. 727-204-3026. Only 10 months old,
under warranty. Great
CROSS FLOW PAINT condition!$550.
BOOTH, $4,000 OBO. Al- Call Laura 813-269-4701.
so mixing system, scale
and more. 863-853-9076 ( Furniture )
or 863-682-5900
SALON Equip. Perfect $1 Accents $1
hair and nail start up Brand name Qu
bus. Chairs, sinks na il l
tablesdrersetc. Make pillowtop set, new in
offer. Cal813-7372875 plastic w/wrtycan
del 813-870-0070
ERS! MASSIVE COOLER Brand name mat set,
LIQUIDATION: See ad in new inplastic w/wrnty,
Restaurant/Hotel can del 813-833-1145
Equipt Full Set $90
Ei"p Full sz matt set, new in
C t plastic w/wrnty, can
i Computers & | del 813-251-3134
Equipment BED eJ $* $ $125
AMD $99 Internet Ready Absolute bargain.
Computer. Laptops Orthopedic Pillowtop,
starting at $149. New Oueen or Full MattSet,
systems starting at New in plastic, warr.
$299. 1031 W. Busch can del. 813-477-9019
PC Services 931.4976 King Size $195
2.7 w/Final Cut Pro, Pho-
to shop, Macromedia, + BED $269LU1
many more applications Qu pillow top set
$2250 813-766-5028 w/wrn. NEW inlastic
Can del. 813-478-8995
*Flat Fee, Not per hour* BED $385 Memory Foam
ISORM:Mon-Sat10 to7. 9"NASA Visco Mattress,
14918 North Florida Ave set. As see on TV, New
(813) 264-0408 in plastic. Warranty
813-477-9019 Can dlvr
Housekeeping, repairs,
installation and more. BED $389
Turn to Classified's Kg pillow top set
At Your Service for all w/wrnyt. NEW in plastic
your service needs. Can del. 813-478-8995

Furniture J

.ini llu l:'u "
All Cherry, med finish.
All drawers American
dovetail, never used
still in .box. C i. l; .-
cost $4,500 sell ".

6 pc cherry set, new in
boxes w/wrnty can del.
Bedroom, king contempt.
copper, canopy w/2 side
tables & bedding, $750.
Dresser (Scandesign)
$700. Paid over $3k for
all. 813-967-5947.
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan, many
to choose. 813-876-1566

Memory Foam Mattress
Q-S399, K-$499
FREE Delivery w/ad!
FROM $699!
All Sizes In Stock
7924 W.Hillsborough
OPEN 10-6 Mon-Sat
across from Winghouse
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
BUNK BED, Captains
,Beds, $169. New All
Wood, Can Deliver.
Brandon 813-685-4760
BUNKBED wood plus lad-
der, trundle & 2 twin
mattresses, good cond
$350. 813-719-8518
leather, 6 mos old 2 ta-
bles, exc.cond. $850.
Hot Deal! 813-417-7722

DAY BED $295*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used can de-
liver. 813-926-8567
Casual to Formal.
$125-$4200.21 choices.
3854 S Dale Mabry.
Britton Plaza, Open Dai-
ly. View daily arrivals at
corn 81 5-2696

Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Rattan & Wicker, Many
to choose, 813-876-1566

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1550.
Can deliv 813-924-1326

Full size, 9 layer
mattress new in box,
cost $525, sell $185

Furniture ))

Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan, many
to choose. 813-876-1566

Logan's Wholesale
40-70% Off Entire Stock

Brand name pillowtop
set, new in fact plastic
w/wrnty, can del

Mattress $125
Absolute bargain.
Orthopedic Pillowtop,
Seen or Full Matto St,
ew in plastic, warr.
can del. 813-477-9019
King Size $195

1 set, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$345.
Queen set $275
Full set-$240
ROCKER / Recliner
Broyhill Brookline, leath-
er, Purchased new $990,
6 months old selling for
$800 813-949-2281
SOFA & recliner, over-
stuffed, Ashley, like
new; 2 end this; coffee
tbl; queen bed set; 32"
& 20' TVs; microwave,
$1000/all 41-650-0250
Everyday Low Prices
Mattress -Box Full $189.
Sofa & Loveseat $495.
GE Washer & Dryer $339.
18 cuftRefrig $245.
Recliners starting $95.
No Credit Turn Down
PLANT CITY 813-758-8864
Lakeland 863-66671735
MUST Sell, Washer, Dry-
er, Refrig. Twin Beds,
Maple Headboards Tri-
ple Dresser, 2 TVs, Wing-
pack Chr all Good
Cond. 813-960-9605

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[ Jewelry & Watches))
gold, brilliant pair
diam approx lct., ac-
cent diam., TW 2ct., ap-
praised at $8K. Askin
$3,000 obo 813-992-1588

Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
ROLEX Wanted
Any Rolex: Old Sub-
mariner, Sea-Dweller,
Any Tudor, Any yr,
make, model, cond.
working or not. Top
Cash paid today! Priv
Collector. 813-245-7666

Lawn & Garden 1
John Deere sit down-
riding, LT155. New blade
& new belts. $1000.
Call (813) 545-1910.
MOWER 2004 Husqvarna
Commercial IZ4818
w/40 hours.Used only
by private homeowner
on own lawn.Asking
$4300.00 (813)217-2244

[ Machinery & 11
Heavy Equipment JJ
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Rentals, NewUsed
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
Prinston 1998 Kabota
DsL. 90% tires. AWD,
runs & operates great.
$15,500 (863) 559-5318
(t Medical Equipment )]
GUARDIAN Scooter, Batt
operated, Never used &
Auto Carrier for Scoot-
er, $1,700. Invacare
Cammode Adj. height
$25, Walker Adi height
seat, $65, 813-855-2195



JUNE 15, 2006* TE8'& )At & l*i
( Medical Equipment) J) (Miscellaneous For Sale)) [(Miscellaneous For Sale)) ([ Nurseries & Trees )) [f Restaurant / Hotel [ Sporting Goods 5) (C Dogs )) (t Dogs 3
CAL EQUIPMENT New SALE" 'Book Now!!!' 3 25x30, 30x40, 40x50, 25 gallons, Free delivery gium 308, auto, black, AKC 3 males, buff, choc- Also (12) Rat Terriers,
Motorized Wheelchairs Days/2 Nights & 2 45x80,50x100. Must on 4 or more trees. Largo Restaurant synthetic stock w/zeis late, tri. Neuter con- $300. Vet checked, reg.
"No Cost" If Eligible. Disney 1Day Tickets. Move Now! Will sell for Planting available. Equipment scope, 2.5 x 10 x 50. Box tract. Ready 6/24. $600- CKC. Lic. P#04-067341
Scooters / Hospital Only $119.00. Free Shut- balance owed. 1-800- 813-752-1996 or 1765 Clearwater/Largo & papers like brand $650 ea. 813-681-3676. 813-918-5854
Beds / Manual Chairs. tie & Breakfast. Call 1- 741-9262 x37 813-986-1075 Rd. Clearwater, FL new. Browning Gold
All Diabetic Supplies. 800-749-4045 Ext 101. Call: (727)581-9293 Camel, auto shotgun. 3" DOBERMAN Pups AKC SHAR-PEI PUPPIES
We Accept Medicare & www.Trip2orlandoUSA. SUPER SALE ******TROPICALS****** mag, 12 gauge, brand reg, health certs, ready M&F, mini & standard
Private Insurance. Free com Pictures & Lamps and Mango *Avacado We have Hoods, Walk-in new box & papers. 12 gauge 750. PETS, brandon6/18.5M6F.AKC health guarantee
new box-& panersM $750. PETSon 1u 5MCooAKC, health!uarantee
Delive 1-877-667-7088 Selected Furniture. Guave Lychee Coolers, Mixers, Stoves, ig P229, 357, aser Call 813-759-1858 or $400 an $700
954-335-1564 Hablamos EXPRESS LONG DIS- Forever Wicker ***** Palms **** Fryers, Griddles, grips. Box & apers Cke 813-763-2209 1-941-922-5244
Espanol. TANCE- Movin to New 813-948-4802 #1733760 Adonidia* Travelers Charbroilers, Sandwich new.ox850813-943-9559 813-763-2209 1-941-922- 244
York, New England & all *Triangle Spindle* Prep Coolers, Pizza w. Birds ) DOBERMAN P AKC SHIH TZU black & white
POWER Wheel Chair, Jaz- states between. Cus- & Atakl Bismark* Foxtail Prep Coolers, Pizza HUNT CLUB (Alabama) born 4/30/06, parents Female & 1 tri-colored
z11122Whe SelCia- sttomerratesb +.Fretween.4722415 813-884-1927 Ovens, Deli Cases, Meat members needed, 1 on site. Blac rust male, CKC, health cert,
zy 1122 w/Shoynergy Seat toer rate A+. Free #4722415813-884-1927 ve D Cases, Meat Grinders, acre club, totl 6 mem- COCKATOOS males 400. Taking de Read now. $450.00-
New. 2 Yrs Old GC serviceCreditcarsac Miellaneou Wanted WAYNES-PLANTS Meataw, MeatTender bersonly.813-714-3915 Umbrella (pair) good .Rdy 6/5. 941-345-318 $500.00813-671-5787
$4,950w 2813-732-1S8k Relocatio pc ((.Mscellaneous Wantedj WAYNES-PLANTS izers, Beer Keg, Coolers, feathers, on eggs.
1851 cepted. Relocation Spe- Assorted Flowers/Trees Bottle Coolers, Bar $1,000 813-876-8900 ENGLISH SPRING ER IAN WOLFDOG
cialsts. (Lic.
STAIR LIFTS ...Trouble #MC299938)- 1-800-941- DISH Network/Echo Star Shrub & Palms To many Sinks, 3-Compart. Kit. HUNT CLUB, Ocala area, SPANIELS, AKC, $525- PUPS, breeding cert,
ClimbiongYourStairs? 3767 satellite systems want- to list. OPen8-8 7 Days Sinks, Smallware, Pots, approx 3000ac, deer & EXOTIC Bird Fair $625. 1F, 3M, Ready vet t,cshots guar. &
New- Reconditioned 3 ed. Will a cash and 5512 Turkey Creek Rd PansSilverware, etc. hog ony no camp no Sat 6/17,10-5. Now! Please Call contract 813-24-7288
Rentals Free Install FENCE SALE 6x8 $21.95 ickup. aI anytime 1/10 mile S. of Hwy 60 New Used avail.Call dos, 250/memer. Lee Civic Center, 813-832-4254
tion---.Stair FC SALE 813-393-6162 813-737-6306 #47232281 to see if we have or can 352-351-1499/843-8993 Ft Meyers, FL.
Liot" -877"0oi67 Board on Board. Hurry help you find what Adults$4. Under10 FRENCH Brittany Span- STANDARD POODLE,
Lifts"-1-877-850 -6781 ies ast. M IT Office Equipment youre looking for. POCKER/Dining Tbla g. eAKC
SJj1w/chrs. Mahog, oak & 727-776-6998 ,3 BW M. F1 F W/W bloodlines,. &on shFeA
(Miscellaneous ForSale) 813-681 ORGAN, Lowery Majesty, Furniture/Supplies JJ ATTN: BUSINESS OWN- maple Must sacrificeto Vet ready, 5$650 in yoa ergenic,
#Steel BuildingSource FLIESBUGGINGYOU,? 1997, perfecton. P NEuSer-ERS! MASSIVE COOLER $599 from $1500. Reg MACAW Blue and Gold each,561-243-6825 $600 &up386-364-8345
#1 Steel Building Source FLIES BUGGING YOU? 1997, perfectcond. $ Pur BUSINESS Telephone LIQUIDATION: TRUE 3- rice $3499. Robertson Beautiful male, 8
Since 1980! No Bull! Let us Hp you.rid your ased $6 lowest Systems. CLEARANCE Door Coolers perfect for Billiards 800-282-0605 months old, comes with WEIMARANER-AKC, M/F,
Don't be sold on lies! household business or bid acepted2385100 SALE. Major brands. Convenience Stores, De- birh cerficate, all shots, silver grey & blue.
Call for Honesty, nteri- any other building sus- 813-238-5112 Low $$. Installation li Shops, Gourmet Retail- Pool Table $1150 large ooye, ply healthldg Pups, p rt, emis parents on
y, Any Size! 1-888-425- ceptible to fly insects! ,PIANO RENTALS avail. 813-985-5011 ers etc--from DOZENS anf sup FRENCH Bulldog Pups, premise 8 ws Call for
5 veinesco WITH OPTION TO BUY of locations in Tama 4x8 Pro Seris, all wood, or bestoffer. (13)857- AKC Health Cert. males details.352-219-8585
&find the unit right for T$25/mo Lowst rates in BUY OR SELL area--MUST GO! Ac- 1" slate, leather pockets, 7100 &females brinde
AC/COLD. New 13 & 14 you! $2 ECKER BUY OR SELuired from a nat. ball & claw feet, worth whtdei da l WEIMARANER Silver, 3
seer. 10 yr factory warr. 813-837-3632 Office / business chain store remodel. $4K, All new in crate, life- I Cats ) $1800 386-658-2561 males, 3 females. Shots
Homes & Mobile homes. FREE DIRECTV 4 Room equipment & furniture. Sold as complete store time warranty. Can del & & health certificates.
Example: Mobile hms. System! No Credit Card PIANOS, Yamaha C-3, DVDs, laptops & more. packages, 1 to 3 coolers setup. 813-477-9019 GERMAN SHEPHERD Ready July 28th. Please
2-Ton $1395 3-T $.1490 Required! Access 250+ black, Exc cond. $9000. 813-223-9790 per store pkg. CHEAP! CAT American Short Pups 4F & 3M,2 mo. old, Call 13-477-7516
4-T $1805. Can Install. Channels! Starts $29.99 Baldwin Baby Grand, Dealers welcome! Pool Table4x8 hairmale neutered rich blk/tan, big bones,
Credit cards ok/lic. Free Free 30 Day Trial! No Black, only rs STEELCASE 900 & 800 CALL NATIONAL (800) Pro Series 1" Tourna- W/TE w/4aBAers vet certs & WEST Highlands Terrier
delivery 727-505-8738 Commitments No Kid- $3900.727-323-3168 Fes 5 613-6865 X4 for details. ent slate, K66 100% YELLOW EYES/ 60081-407-9946 Pups (estie) AKC,
ding! Free DVR! 1-800- Hies $250 36" 10% Buyers Premium. heath certs, POP. M/F
ALL STEEL BUILDING 574-2260. VINTAGECITYGUITARS.C a3070.42"$350. gum rubber rails, dia- CROSS-EYED REWARD GOLDENDOODLE Pups. $500-$600. 386-208-1323
SALE! "Plus Free Bo- OM Will PayCash For Call727-647-2170 NEW Used & Refurb mond sights, carved 813)244-4403 Shots, vetchecked,ship- or 386-647-6293.
!" 20x28 Now40.MMR OM AL MWlaNEW, Used & Refurb. cabinet, new in box, nev- M813)684-1824 ping. 712-239-6764
.Old Fender, Gibson, Mar STEELCASE & HERMAN Restaurant, Bakery, er used. Cost.$3200, sell
25x32 $5800. 30x42 VISCO New Orthopedic tin Guitars any Condi- Miller Workstations, All Pizza & Ice Crem www. I a k e I a n d WEST1ES PUPS AKC
$9200. 40x62 $14900. N tion, Buy/ellrade s E & 150. Can deliver. FREE Cats neutered m now taking dep. $650-
Other models and sizes. Year warrant Cost HonestReliable sizes. Lowest Pricesi Equipment. Bu & Sell
Year Warrantyost9 www.Vintag a Stan 813-966-1072 almost 727-463-3835 813"924-1326 ale spayed Female. $700. Snow white, Nice
Fr e l e 5t t80ar 1/2rs old Good ca ts GOLDENDOODLE CKC pups. 813-464-9731 or
neer (8g0)668-542.. 149King All sizes 1-800-574-6380 newworkstations.cum POOL TABLE, SOLID wilfse erate OUALITY pups, CH and 971-2430
Since 1980. $499aKins&Carports WOOD, 8'EXCALIBUR Call 819-831-1880 OFA. howar puppy
nce98 Fast Free VIOLINS 100, Germa Patio & Deck Sheds & arports AL Call havenco-831-1880 000 and WESTIES (West island
A+POOL HEATERS Fac nal Tempu e rigi 150. Viola $150. Cellos Supplies JCS Buildings, Garages, wall rack, 16 pc.kit 4 SPHYNX KITTENS, Hair up. Call 386-364-8345 Terriers) 3 boys, 2 girls,
touy c S areat 69 Guranteed Best Mandolinss &$120. Guitars arns, Car orts Start- diningtoCost $7K. less bald beauties, GOLDEN Retriever AKC a 623 400 chs,
Pum or Gas. Complete Price! Elec.i Galvanized NOW $10. 813-600-6590 TICA registered. GOLDEN Retriever AKC avail 6/23. 400 each.
Do-IE-Yourself heater Adstabe 24h Toll $150. Trumpets Flutes & n $ alvae NOW $100.813-60 & uppies, Vet checked 813-299-5586
kits. Phone quotes, in- 305-651-0506 BLUEBERRY Pinets99laRentals BRICK PAVERS Steel sandgarages. 55, Tampa Palms 514- sCohot$300 .
ARCADEGames Sale, Pac al cents ea, Many colors Free Installation / WE-BUY Treadmills, 386-364-0 LAB PUPSe AKC shots ps
stlat s Store Numbers: & del avail, repairs, (813) uote. Open Satur- Ellipticals, Benches crt, campion bdlns Whippets, AKC, 12 wks
1-8007960951 bor h -9- 655-655472945-9427 D It Yourselfnfo orida certifies, he s parents on rem, ready beautiful marin 9 pisr7h 733- Paver Sealant Available Home Gyms, & other ex- Dogs 11, $995emailfour Vy playful MaTes
SLic#CWC029795/nsure C Nurseries Trees (813)96 -6150 Sun Pavers eae8 availa- erciSe equip. FreeA pick potos at mcoleman $40. Females $600.
Lic#CWC297958n6-r7 9334; Sa a941-929-a( & s C 3A 8; 6i AMERICAN Eskimo Pups, 352-528-2931 / 816-3232.
e Polk863-299-4711;66-736-7308. Sports Carowod 969- Minis, Health Crt.C & 813-643-4760 o
come! Dade305-651-0506- BLUEBERRY Plants $2. jcscarportsandgarages. 0855,Tampa Palms514- Shots, $300813-365-84271 YORKIE PUPS AK
ARCADE Games Sale, Pac Broward 954-364-489. Discount 500+ and Orna- com6556, Brandon 661-4141 Ca Bd

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BED 0 ACHES mattring ess m813-949-0666 LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, up, familyraised, POP,

with quilted top. new Rerair, Network Design Plant City #047.0685 CLASSES t k shots, wormed, health Ch n
ort$115. so barey used & etup, etc... Custom- 813-752-7676 Class Dho, rse bCl ass G CHAMPIONGunSafes AMERICAN PIT BULLDOG head champ bkgrd. 813-886-981
$95ox fres delivery. REDUCE YOUR CABLE 24 Cla5877 #47236647 Special 40x2 $1800 NEW ARRIVALS!ng F Puppies, EX bloodline, Pdigrees. Parents/
727-418-7579 SuerILL! G a! Eng- VEOAKS 81x209 3-245-2719 WARBlue Book for your US AUSSIE MINIrt., PUParents on ra a 4 A Selectionents on site.More
BATHTUBREFNISHIN /lamos 45 GALon 4" CA dutiful 24x24x9 24x40x9 Ma ny Brands Available Premises. Exc t 400-00352-307-0772 Adorable pups seeking
STurn unwanted items ksoc Free and1- Other Sizes Availabled Ralph (727)403-00Safe Ecane From $500. 813-995-25 soulmates for lifelong
nto cash with Cpfieds n start a e oc LIC# CBC1253330 8267 causeway Bvd eA 81 3-2796ion LABRADOR Retrieveipr C a in
Tub Tile Sink Chir Call Joyce 813-713-2333 788-3501 813-663.9888. 6639838 AMERICAN Staffordshire OFA, Ch English lines, the park dinner and a
Repirommercanss eam &$20. pu ita813-918-4206AKC# 1685639rier-Duaare ts on Lab Pomerania Pood

tResidentiql.A rWaA Video Recorders to new Terrier-DuALA Chap rd wetTOll ce ao, shots, mvi T80 a
ranty. Quick lers So Cal,,, ,,Now. KNIGHS -NURSERY -b 65 Male, Blue Brindle w/ vet chkd, POP, ready. Call 352-793-1551
20Nvkresaool800-79s-7279 KNIGbStClkksBUY erB White Trim, UKC CKC $450.y352-583-1877Cal1
Insured. Serving Florida B-W nCrape Myrtle, Magnolia,"6W ADBAh6 Rug.r 9 4CKC CH Intl5
Over 10yrs. "Florida's .. azaleas Day Lilies A10- Bt- CH, #1 Terrier 20o, L av AD V
Tub Doctor." 1-888- RENT-A-GEEK On-site & Wisteria, BoxwoodC, 1r o ra e t e, LABRADOR RetrieverMcr
686-9005 emoe port, Virus Gardenia Viburnum, Sporting Goods Stamps / Coins / T aressve KC g., yeoi PUPPY SALE
& ware -emovai, -Palms, 6rotons S ig nd Sas e, B Chk 7eq charges m pii blodne,
BED 0 ACHES mattress rware & Software much MORE Airport Rd CONCEALED WEAPONS Books Home, 4 sPeta
Switch tilted to. new Repair, Network Design Plant City #04710685 CLASSES $2500+ 813-966-9034 Snots, wore, ealishe an
$115.Also barely used & Setup, etc... Custom- 813-752-7676 Class D, Class G BUYING US Coins & nut/-/acurry certs, taking deposits.
$95 free delivery. e Reviews on & class G Requal. Scrap Gold. Paying Full c rRead 07/11/06. $650

727-418-7579 Sue! Eng- LIVE OAKS, 813-245-2719 Blue Book fU r your US AUSSIE MINI PUPS (863)57-1841 A Selection of More

RestauSSn t/ MINI Hotel PUPS ( POEANA 2 to al
is/aamos 45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75 coin collection. All colos, sa etaylor earthlin k.
Turn unwanted items Espanol. 25GAL, 3 CAL, 12'..$50 You'll be satisfied Ralph (727) 403-0088 A o c s r ne Than 50 Puppies
ito-cash with'Classifieds. 1- 15GAL, 1.5" CAL 8'.-$25 Y Many to choose fromB i e
866-601-4907 748-8640 Reg #47220672 COINS WANTED 813-2632796 LABRADOR Retriever Chihua Dahshund,
Corbins's Stamp & Coin. pups AKC, rents on Lab Pomeranian1 Poodle
Estimates/Appraisals. AUSTRALLIAN Shepherd site, allshnot good w/ Pug, ShihTzu usky,
S209rN. Kings Ave. Brnd NAPD all shots heads, beautiful silver plus many, many more
RWE BUY COINS! health certs, $300-$600 coats 800A865-995-9045 1All Puppies Come With:
S SE S WE BY CN dg 813-264-1919f rhallkchartertne.netr "1r Health Warranty
Bu yin : sellingO, tradi ngt Free Vet Vist
Saery I rsexp.PBuyins BICHONS, Tiny to( po MASTIFF Puppies, Brazil- Free TrainingDVD
Silver&Gold coins dies, sz tsus, sil ter- ian Flas, brindle & Microchip Identifica-
or727-455-6196 $500 up cas only Tpa 500 up. D 35-572 ofFreshwater Fish,
t-llLD TCKTStore ) Fixtur 9barea 813-263-6596 9614, 'a E 352-685-3669. ReptilesB ru Small Animals
SBOXER Puppies AKC reg PAPILLON Pupies, AKC, rs & Al Your e
obbie& athys g. golo i Equip. ic oRead 07/01 ve females, BIChamp on
checd, first shot, line, black/ white,
M id--ATTN: BUSINESS OWN- health ceRts, several to Petlan d Lakeland
E AkERS! MASSIVE COOLER choose from, taking de- 352-466-4036. Ocala. 30 N. fy 9

i| S E I BaLancer pe t A oe m oy TY BiATION: See ad e ing sits $650 (813)655- 13- -886
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8 .13 z#-185 oS. 6 0P E M Ata .ils, SeITH Pp AC a iWatersiAve
o J1 o m Lo-Tcets shot & hith cler ts. wk $600. 813-996-5535 813-249-8700
Fariato u4-F 3-M fawn & brindle M-F 11-9

Pet Repa iS BUCSr SEASONh Tickets 3 C $ 8 Sat 10-952Sun 11-7 8
Ur ns-70 tickets, club 1 great. 011:1 1r: ny Visa, McAmex Discover
AIR CONDITIONING&HEATING .. Iie ri i Small &Large Jobs seats on 32 yd line, BOXERpu. IPies, AKC e-n. 100/0 Financing Available
Over30Yrs.-Ex.r- *. .. noa ddw/ op.,,latyan.ePODEw rAosle f. y s PD E ale
- 4 o"r erh iIves.813-236 46d 8 6st& 2nd-toysf5dtiuh. .kn.5 :WSoC( nrl v u .8F co0,7 1

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-e(a Pa1i | 1(3-2I -39 ILDIVOTICKETS, P(2), t s 86394481715 8 aid e ( a -s, Call en8u 6 5 t /
llOUrda glO. E1aR SMITHune 16th, Ford Amphi- BOXERS PUPS, AKC reg., $375 (863)S537-1648 AQUARIUM SUPPLIESi t
k t 1 72 seats 1&2. 285-744-5794 health cei7s., champiCon& fe a nd'hall scomsuter
Bobb375 4-2 0128Ilsne352-875-5124s health certs, ready to $ LIFE OCEANIC
8 13-763291 TmTool'smarl ce- .8d55124 o. $600 and up 813-649-1000
.(ousenCleaning.Lit]rnwii, Biei-il Arid[IjJWINDOW CLEANING JOHN Bean/Snap on BRUSSELS Griffon d k Mo, KOI FOR SALE Buy
WE CLEAN.ALL ABC AFFORDABLE "ICoin Mike lour oits Spartile Tine & Wheel born3/7/6housebrkn TOYS & TINY direct from fish farm in
WE_ CLENALL J..ulb1 SCREENING r Aapnpnxc nTOYSBeautiful colors:' Gibsonton. 813-633-8862
F;1 -4r8 ..- condition.T400 $P007276923o15 n jet black, white, B&W
813 65 -1 54NoJobTooSmalCels:696 -055 PHASE-A-MATIC rotaryCAIRN Terrier Pups, AKc Home raised. AKC reg
No2 converters,5hp g &CKC. family raised & health certs. $450
Wed(o th em l a hp br nd new still in W heaton/ Brindle. $700 : uip. 727-848-3217
Conc:[rete&Mason- boxes. Must sell. $395 & .corn(352) 91-2271 wesbrindl, sham
SC fl A ,'' -'U""' ~"'....... 'PE Cn oPs" .. BnOOt up. 941-321-9389.,B9 weeks, brindle, .ham
IS Warer&Swasy.t3 9 witsM or F 375 $120. 352-279-166
'TRACTOR SERVTI/'CES -t--- Turret Lathe; Chucker Champ lines, PoP or 352-628-2448
Masonry- reDriveways Utoehn& Collet health cent& req.-4 PUG.Puppies, black, AKC,
Patios-Slabs Mini Warehouse 2500 obo., health cert, FARMER'S
reactorss CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES ales$75. Females M
TractorSericeYOUr ( UtilityTrailers 3 5 Males & 2 Females. $550. Cash. Lakeland.
754-1176 i sFawn& white, 1w/green 863-853-5683
S ![]I I' Lr. ..... f trailers, loaded w/ op- Cuocolate w/blue eyes. Puppies 4 Sale
6 6tions, several colors Health cents. $350 & up.Items for your ARTESIAN Farms U pick
rx6 T jBchoose from, priced at 863-534-1400 / 512-1569. p Pup p S e Ruskin0bhindrKFC

AT Need a tutroropiano CHIHUAHUA PUPS, CKC, RATTerrier Pups UKCI Blueberries U PIC
813-719-7530" "' lessons? Turn to At lwk to 9mo, M/F, tea- Lovable Rare colors Ti- Bonita Dr. Wimauma
YourServicefora cups & toys, a I colors, n Toys-minis $350&up Fun Info
multitude of businesses gorgeous, home raised, (152) 91-2271 WWW. Call (813) 645-8100
-.[1r-, I/H k 1 .[Oand services that can vet i-, HC, 1st shots Sell it today
Located a[' TREE SERVICE ttheneedsof CHOCOLATE LABS im6f Beethovens long hair, easy to sell a variety
: 3010 Jim Redman *A-.u,,ioci.jrr-,.r, ..-,ny anyoccasion. AKC OSA cert, wormed, block heads, parents on of merchandise. Cars,
-,*- 'T ,-, rT ,h4 '......9 T 1st shots dew claws 3 remises Ready to go homes, reiture and
Spiilo-" dAdAlI I/Ewknds oftraining, a0ail 13-973-3716 sporting goods.
PlanC AnPha eoTreeWek 16/30/06.813-740- Electronics, appliances,
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32 THE COURIER + JUNE 15, 2006
[ Fruit & Vegetables 4) (( Construction ) ([( General )] (( General J) ( General ) (( Real Estate ))] Schools ]) (f Legal Notices ( Legal Notices ))
Maintenance/constructi AMERICA'S DRIVING GATE operator & access FORTUNE 500 BUSY RESIDENTIAL Ap- ADULT High School Di- Section 120.573, F.S. to be held by the City Com-
CONK PEAS & FRESH on position Re-modeling ACADEMY Start your control tech needed. COMPANY praisal Firm seeking Li- plomaat home. Nation- settle an administrative mission at its meeting in
GEORGIA PEACHES exp. a + Good driving driving careertoday! Of- Must have electronics censed and Certified RE ally accredited since dispute regarding the the Council Room of the
Southwestern Produce record a + 813-986-4560 fering courses in CDL A. background & valid FI Hexion Specialty Appraisers in all coun- 1971. Tuition $399/Easy District's final action in Nettie Berry Draughon
Co. Vegetable Sale will One Tuition fee! Many D.L, fence exp a plus Chemicals with ap- ties. Competitive fee, payment plan. Free Bro- this matter is not availa- Municipal Building, 302
be Friday & Saturday, (( Driver / lier l payment options! NO DFWP 813-689-9262 proximately 8000 em- established client base. chure 1-800-470-4723, ble prior to the filing of a West Reynolds Street
June 16th & 17th, a / very Registration Fee! ployees worldwide is Just waiting for you! American Academy, vis- request for hearing. (City Hall), Plant City
1510 W. Sydney Road in ( 8 8 8 ) 8 0 8 5 9 4 7 HELP WANTED Earn Ex- the leading global Fax qualifications, 888- it our Web @ Florida, on June 26, 2106,
Plant City. Fresh Peach- Driver-Apollo Bch infna.3meric=idrivinq3 tra Income assembling manufacturer of ep- 429-4672. www.diplomaathome.c No.4032 6/15/2006 at 7:30p.m., or as soon
es 25# box $18; Availa- Terminal ,: T,.,:,,,, ,m CD cases from Home. oxy resins, Versatic om. thereafter as the matter
ble frozen items: Conk Dedicated Regional Working with Top US acids and derivatives. may be heard, at which
Peas, Fordhooks, Baby *GUARANTEED* Bilingual Shi in. & companies. Start mme- Hexion provides ex- Restaurants/ ATTEND College Online NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE time interested parties
Butter Beans, Pole me EVERY Wkend Receiving cler Ishift diately. No experience cellent benefits, pay, Hospitality/Club from Home medical Noticeis reb n and citizens ma appear
Beans, Green Beans, Home EVERYavail. Plant City $9.00. necessary. 1-800- and currentlyhas op- Business, *Paralegal, that on June with re-
Cranberry Beans, Zip- /w k Call-813-654-4199 405-7619 Ext 104 its Lake- CHEF/COOKS Apply in Computers, Criminal lam at at RentlokSelf aspect to the proposed re-
A $725-$1025/week Calww.easywork- land manufacturing
er Peas, Butter eas, EIGHT www.easywork- land manufacturing person 1701S. Alexand- Justice. Job placement orange 1205 port.
lackeye Peas, Pinkeyae e65%preloade BOOKKEEPER/OFFICE site: erSt. Suite 112-3 or assistance. Computer t dert., Plant
Peas, Crowder Peas, provided, ald Alexand' a Section 2. All person are
Green Peas, White or re d PROCESS OPERATOR Call 813-764-8818 i City, F will conduct f
le n ,P C ream CDL-Ared8777-428-5627 Coi an.Must have ex- Hs 8lPWANEDear PROCESSNP6RATOR LY fual2fled. Call866 salefocash toehe hghaaperson
WhitesoeYellow Corn, C tra income assembling TRAINEE LINE COOK F/T APPLY a-2121est bidder or otherwise decides to appeal any
White or Yelow Cor, ellentcomputer &skills CD cases from Home. Full Time Positions SNELLGROVES RESTAU- www.OnlineTidewaterT dispose of the contention ma by the
'O.-r-. ?quash, Broccoli organizational skills. Start Immediately No Available RANT 109 S. COLLINS of rental units leased to City Commission with re-
Sprouts, Collard Mus- FED DRIVERS for Cen- helpful. Send resume ence ssary Qualified applicants HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP- and believed to contain deredatsuchmeetn
tard & TurnipGreens, trial Florida Local & Na- wit salary require- great a .com 1-800 will meet the follow- NEW Quiznos sub restau- E TRAINING the following cai- he ed a o
Spinach, Mixed Vegeta- tional OTR positions. mentsto: 0-71 ext 1030 ing minimum rt s has EMPLRATOR TRAINING FOR UNIT8814PatrickEga he will need a record o
bles Soup Blend Mix, Food grade tanker, no Stellar Marketing Inc requirements: seeking reliable ene rs, Backhoes, Loaders, Glfcbs/arage such purpose -emay
Blueberries, Blackbei- hazma, no pumps, Attn: Sam Sidoti, Presi- Operate Process Equip-U Dump Trucks, Gr nit 8309 Paula Veltheim
ries, Raspberries, Man- great benefits, competi- dent, 2401Willamette Dr, Housekeeper Apollo Bch Oent Previous chemical getic peopleto work in Scrapers, Excavatos C pueh d verbatim recordofthe
go Chunks, Peaches & ive pay & new equip- Suite 220, Plant City, Fl Pvt home, Flex irs M-F mefturing experi- a team friendly and fun National Certification u ft l proceedings is made,
Jumbo Green Peanuts ment. Need 2 years EX- 33566 $350-$400nwk. Exc benes, e ne manufacu ilit n e invironmenti Now ac o Placement A Uni 9Rosetta Tho- whih r rd in d
All items shelled, PERIENCE Ca Bynum Fax 813-664-1940 Marie use informationtecnol- positions F/T & P/T tance; Associated Train- mas Computer/vacumm the testimony and evi
blanched & frozen, Transport for your op- BUSY RESIDENTIAL Ap- M riogies Proficiency in in- alable onall for an Services (80)251- Thdence upon which the
ready for your freezer 795rtunity today. praisal Firmseeking Li- Manu during Workers dustrial math, readin avaable. Call for an Thesaes are appeineal is to be based.
Most items $14 per (800)741-7950 censed and Certified RE and Team Leaders. comprehension, and applicationl3-889-9369 held to satisy a t appeal is to ease.
bushel. Call & place Appraisers in all coun- Structall BIdg Systems- chanical reasoning lord's len. Section3.In accordance
o orer (813) 754. DRIVERS- CDL A "Honey ties.Competitivefee,s- 5120Great Oak r, Lake- Willing to work arotat Sales PAMELA with the Americans with
1500 or (813) 757-0096 I'm Home...Every Week- tablished Client base. land. Call 1-800-969- ing 12-hour shift H.S. Di- NPAMELA J. DREWS Disabilities Act any per-
M-F 8am-5pm to ick up end!" Great Pay & Bene- Just waiting for you! 3706for appointment ploma or GED required Business Development MANAGER son with a disability re-
on June 16th OR 17th, fits! Special Orientation Fax Qualifications, NO WALK-INS. Read, write and speak Specialist quiring resaonable ac-
8am-5pm. Pay for Exp. Drivers! (888)429-4672. English proficiently. Are you creative? Able NOTICE OF SALE commodation in order to
Paid Traning for School MYSTERY SHOPPERS to thrive in a fast-paced Pursuant to Ch 713.78 participate in this meet-
Grads! Cypress Truck AR HAULIGet paid to shop! Retail environment that re- Below said vehicles to be mg should call the City
SHorses & Cattle Lines, nc C AR HAULING CAREER /dining establishments Please apply at your wards success? auctioned to satisfy tow- Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at
www.oy EXCEPTIONAL PAY! need undercover clients local Workforce (One We're searching for su- ing andstorage liens at: least 48 hours prior to
a8 GREAT HOME TIME!. to judge quality/cus- Stop) Career Center in cessful, goaf-orient ucBrewington'sToliens at:
14x6x7 Slant/Tack rub- OU888)8 5846TSTANDING COMPA- tomerservice.Earn up Hilsborou Polkor people to sell in a LEGALS 302 E. oCalou ing the public hearing
ber mat, bumper pull. DRIVERS: Tank Truck NY PAID RAIBENEFITS! to $150/day Call Toll Orange county. business-to-businessen- Plant City, Fl 33566 Section 4. This resolu-
Sliding rear swin gate. PAID YEAR OTR EXPE- Free 1-800-21-8626 vironment. As a mem- Phone: 813-754-6300 tion as notice of said
Tandem axle/brates MUM 1 YEAR OTR EXPE- All interested appli ber of the Business De- Friday, June 30, 2006 public hearing shall be
w/emerg stop, t lights. Connect With A RIENCE REUIRED. NATIONAL Carriers is a cants must apply y development Team in the Legal Notices at 12: NOON published inthe Courier,
$5000 obo. 352-797-7881. CALL AYTIME rowing Fleet offering, Monda une 23, Circulation Department, issue of June15, 2006
Driving Career... 912)571-9668. OR Regional & OTR, Exce- you'll bedeveloping Any witness to an 1B3XG64J
4YR OLD STANDARD- EnoyNOCOST* Training 86613-3074. len Benefits, Weekend and selling ams accidental 1B3XG4 KG220631 SECTION At the con-
BRED MARE, QUI ET p placement with Hometime, Outstanding An Equal Opportunity that increase trafficfor Pkwyjust before noon on1997Dode4dr usionotheub
GOOD WITH KIDS,N CT No Money Down* DATA ENTRY! Work From Pay Package & Lease Employer M/F/D/V our partners anddrive Monday Jue 5th where00 adilac4dr mission shall adopt a
LOVES, ATTENTION. No Tuition* Anywhere. Flexible Purchase Options. CDL- read rship of The Monday June 5th where 2004YCadiac4 0 dr mission shall aoinpt-
$2,000(813)269-0658 Drive Local-Home Every Hours. Personal Corn- A Re uired (888)707- a Tribune Ta a pedestrian was struck 1G6KD54Y64213000 resolution list
(813)786-5259 DAY! outer Required. Excel- 7 7 2 9 e successful candidate while crossing from 1985 Cadilac 4dr roects whichwiIfund
COMMHM@AOL.COM HaveA CDL? lent Career Opportuni- www.nationalcarriers.c (LMedical/Health Care) successful candidate WalMartto Lo's IG6CD90F4307864 the proceeds of
Start Work Today ty. Serious Inquiries On- om. communication skills, 1995 DoMens n VN the proposed half cents
ARABIAN Mare 15 H, 14 Up to$2 000 New Hire (800)344-9636 Ext. HEALTHCARE theability to manage 3350.rgensat 13335 2b7HB2165K528074 surtax fortheperiod of
yrs, sorrel, well trained, e onus 0. multiple projects, and u. 1995 Nissan 4dr the tax through Septem-
exp rider, good home See us@5619 E. Colum- DIETARY AID demonstrated success 4362 1 1/ 1N4BU31D9SC210779 her 30, 2006.
only. $1200. bus Drive Tampa, FL DATA ENTRY! Work DIETARY AIDE in previousecales posi- 40316/12,13,14 & 15/06 1991 Chevy 2dr
813-927-4960 www.driveCTLCOM From Anywhere. Flexi- experience preferred tions. Previous sales ex- NOTICE OF FINAL AGEN- J81RT2354M7573865 Apoted by the City Corn-
ble Hours. Personal WANT HOME MOST Community Care Center perience required, a col- CY ACTION BY THE 1992 Mercury mission on June 12, 2006.
FREE Horse if boarded Computer Required. Ex-. WEEKENDS WITH MORE 2202 W. Oak Ave lege degree is strongly SOUTHWEST FLORIDA 1MELM5048NA646663
with us! Full board; cellent Career Opportu- PAY! Run Heartland's Plant City FL 33563 preferred. WATER MANAGEMENT 1990 Lincoln JOHN L. DICKS
$250/mo. Horses rented nity. Serious Inquiries Florida Regional! Ph: 813-754-3761 If this sounds like you, DISTRICT ILNNM82F5LY646878 MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
- $15/hr, $25/day Call Only. 1-800-344-9636 $.42/mile company driv- EOE send your resume and ORDEROF PUBLICATION
now 813-649-1126 www. Ext. 300 ers $1.22 for Operators! salary requirements to Notice is given that the ATTEST: O aNNECTED 12 month OTR required. The Tampa Tribune, District's Final Agenoy Commnwealth of Vir
1-877-564-6285 DRIVERS LCT WANTS HEARTLAND EX RESS THERAPISTS WATED- attn: Kimberly Kelly, Action is approval of he ginia VACODE 8.0-316 VIRGINIA L. HELPER
GOATS for Sale Relace- *Restrictions and YOU! OTR drivers (8 0 0 ) 4 4 1 49 5 3 LICENSED SLPS in 202 S Parker St, Tampa Surface & Ground Water gna V CITY CLERK
Gment CommericaBoer Limitations Apply EOE losorteamrivers, www.heartlandexpress. Miami-Dade and FL 33606, or e-mail on 14 acres to serve Case No:JJ00714-0300
Boe r X Nanniesrica Boer experience & ams. 3 months corn. Broward counties. Bilin- resume to Agriculture known as Approved as to form and

647Bo703 evenng386- niey andleBoer experience &rtat allows you t add & ciculationos@tampat GILFORD FARMS. e
Spresq ten eoel Th I rn r H e E e your print ad with an Equal Opportunity roger Gilford whose adn BOA N ERu
d re. 2F bE xcper ft s A A F an vibrt t enDug TstMis required dDe .l7.oS E HNDSOCIAL
al drir' e N)]mautitfua4ca Go driAre- hi *Tra&ile. rackig media pds.Offer n s forte position. The soi l BOBBY DOYAL BONNER
60 to 1001b. 386-7'- ALL the miles you can le- 2005 Equipment. Call -e rice tons District Court

rides. 813-73-849 x115 Pay. 800)734-8169. or let buyers6bid BayLifesection. IH 1 ts. \ liill:i 9.2 9CI0TO0
755-2122 Xp Driveress Late Mod Driver / Delivery i p Driver Delivery DriverortuniDelivery e r e to- HAISTENBONNE RES 2006N
i tl oui Freight, No East Coas t. .Time- Get ALL the Bene- Dr Florida R GOOC HLAND VSOCIAL
WANT vi fi re. g g 2 :e tAT r Isrough Friay except HID R A N G 7T H EU B Tes NOTICE OF EARSERVICES
dn, Sid r' n gi i. .11e iSudy for legal h Fliriday 3 52: RIGHTS BB ALD RE- OR REE T FOR W MAV
t 'ra e ea .ri t, r RE ETON
8ri re re 4H cord. (800)282-19 1 A20050 V s yee ri t N is O DOAL OR
rde .ist atiS A ER9x11574Pay.AS0RE734-8169.or e bu rsbi Ofe etHI. 1" 0 !I iI
8e13-64 4 ore -i sc..n.Thes file (s) pertainn t The object of this suit i IREDSOLUETION
QuarterHon rse4.... 500,,.(1Driver /Delivory (IDriver Delivery) Driver/DeliveryA MDriver/Delivery-. theproject referred CileorRto:TERMINATE THE:RE- R120.2006

WANTEDl ir,,,r. p.' I r.: l ; action, 333. SENT T6 ADOPTIONTHE RESOLUTION PROVID-
milfasr, ion foCR S. ,iS .sr ,, aJ PORTft eA N eAL aOTHENTICEOFl RI
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813-64 I I'l a h ersn RESPONSIBILITE- here she titatS I A -
S..d I.i r -Poi feted by t( isDistrict 's ITwy 301 UIRED BYf SmECTION 94
suncit'. :', J .. -:.- ,. PORTUNITY i''.u 'i action regarding this CLUDINGRIHTI OFNVS Townhomes is request-
lace.n ,^ini^ s. Mix r- Conc-. .r r. 1, permit may request a FOE NDoDT yiTat De City oe
*om r .r > Ti ki, EXPER EN Di. administrativemearn ineT of te DiTAINTHERIG mission waive he re-
nanclBalA. ?t~ushese.ii,. I I Alan *.j 81a-9:86-4560 accordance with Sectvl on TOdde AES I TH RenoISetin
120 569 Br and 120.57, F I TY FORMADO ION, THE quWrement of Section 94-
R E t at f : .:. in d (33637. TATION RIGHTTO CONE 139,THE Plant City Code, in

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...as1, m, Mr, drn- (F-AC)ADfthe1 nLfor LISORD EEthte HillonghRouty
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Eo'. rl| .-." .' stantial interests of area OI O THE A r THE CITY OF PLANT
re|uest hearing wi t-. TX TeGted Dated 5/1 H0 it
now, 81 '...Airfij,.rEHii>E i n bytheistrict's action, h al20 SDistric0 Section 1. S The City com-r
S. n i AF or final action; (2) st an AFORESAID CHILD AND ing thatof the City of-

Preparation for i : ; all material facts diput- DaneH White plant City, Floridia, does
14 .i 3 y 1-96-4560 ac c h pers on TO PLACE SAID CHILD uireme o tin at
Employmen DIESEL r,.F.'. questing the hearingeor EdClrk -ei sers pwl B u blic hear-

Lir- Wii- iiiit disputed facts; and (3) H g- -e om Sectiont
ONLINE 'rn r...i ca iiTrn120.56 and 120.57,o F i ori- a d n 94-139, Plant City Code in
eMedwh:ih o' d .' l.?u.n i Chap ter 28-106 Florida not have to provide a
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PLATsp e cr e ide nde ot emd n nc d SEPTEMBER 30,-2015 the hAd Gibbs Ma
exre: r r u." an rriTA h.T. FF, t suc por final action; (2) state mission of the City of
no. rka E T .-0r *,O b t 8 Tihearing underact tions of Hillsbrugh County, o te ("City -
Prert r Em loy ent all .. .. .. 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. Florida, has adopted an Ha") Plant City, Flordia, d-es

d byesign ed sonrm eitizn m y app ear -

4. ... DIESEL crr,.e ,.nal aqu ency action, the he faring or Edwaring and adopt a res- be heard with respect to
Awww.rEND ra,,-,,, L I.nsiuct:rin state that the re District's final uses ofe no inte revenuesapplicants request
ENLINE d, ,T,. action mays be different through fiscal year 2011; Section 3. The propom Setion
e hR from thesto taken now, rerefore preing mustard platf Summer Creek
P MATH TiI. by it inved by this notice of fi- inspected by Nor thSide of Stapublicte
Bilingual Recpd F B '' E: r,,ur'"i-,T,:,.-,, nal agency action. Per- BE ITA RESOLUTIONVED BY OFTHE attheofficeofthe City
CSR/Admin with word al p ,.r a t ..' sons whose substantial CITY COMMISSION OF Clerk at ofthe Nettie Berry
WWWexp. reed. Ca7l0l-Eliabeh '" interests will be affected 134604-6899THE CITY OF PLANT Court, lyinguin sicipalon
.at-8nAN-654-4199 iMSS i 5 i 'il. withi n 21 days of publ deci- CITY, FLORIDA: Building (City Hal),p 28 South
K. ~. -* w. ?''- -i. PLUMBER PLU I.BER cat sion of the Disnotric e (or ULING PUBLIC E West Reynolds Street,
t '" '.." cAuthorization h the use CEEDS OF PROPOSED Seo Plan t City, Florida. -
.Lands). Failure to file a FOR THE PERIOD OF THE e hearing onethe request

Cr,. Are ues newsaer carriesfor hearing with- TAXntTHROUGH waiver at i ps meeting in
ch ;' .r-r: rK.a r-r a s F winths thme requirements ceeds of the proposed decides to appeal any
exerie_,c-. ipr.:IT.'.,itu-..,.... .T" .r. r r aoy nabve torlet a lfuny Commissioners ale uildin, 302 Wesr
o nir-' rA .. 0 1 elearinOunder Sections of HI n ..llsbo e riod of the tax through teynolds Sreet ("City
.813-85. -. u "' '' J. r .-;, Med120.56M and 120.57, F.S. Fouantrida, has adopted an Hall"), Plant City, Flori-

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(C Legal Notices ))( Legal Notices J) ( Legal Notices ) [ Central Tampa North East & ( East Hillsborough Homes for Sale / Out of State
sidered at such meeting, ad valorem tax records. Clerk at the Nettie Berry #1 Investors t Lease Option jj AAH! COOL MOUNTAIN
the will need a vi- ATTEST:record of Daughon Municipal E H SRVIC t t reit Issues P R REEKnFSBO ohRes c i ortHgageBkr MBeac31 rt Muotain viewphy
theproceedings, accordance Apoted by the City Com- Building, 302 West -. why Rent When... ey100% financing t FREE BROCHUREolin At rd
switch thurpose A mericans mission on June 12, 2006. ReynolStreet,Plant Can OWN! ands Condo. cond $239,5 813highestLT64s! No junk appliadownces, paint. ble Homestern Car&Mounta Rea
need ensure that a City City, Florida. w/ jaccuzi tub, feplfees! Rehab draws Remodeled,.fenced, Cabins Land, River,

Disabilities Act any per- correctness: r .,HO E u AAOnrnce 8ru3 flo4or or wwwCsell- an other upgrades. o Estate we offer the
verbatim record f the JOHN L. DICKS Homes Avai E unroom, ground fl home411. om/1026 AsHurrykin $329,000ve y stountains, Streams
quirceedings is made, MAYOR-COMMISSONER Section 5.This resolu RENT TO OWN openpan.-Gated. FSB Jones 813-258-8800 At- 352-79-39a Cr. Sou es n North Ca rohur
ch recormmodatincluordes ion as notice of said REAL ESTATE $72,008323 9 Hannaantic CaitaAssociates Call 813-846-4901 -877-837-2288 Exit R -
the testimony and evi- ATTEST: pubichearingTTEST: shall Dont Let Credit Issues P EBBLE CEEK-FSBOACH 3/1/1, Inc. Lic MortgageBkr aly Mountain View
dence upon which the Cip Nise061 6/15/in2006 Courier, Keep You From Your br, 3bdown2cg, 18910 Pb- Hernando ProperCaroi aRE.cos

Clerk at (813) 659-420 at VIRGINIA L. HELPER $0 DOWN 2004 E. Waters 0Lease n Wr e
appeal is to be based. VIRGINIA L. HELPER issue of June1, 2006 Dream Home ble Run ay, 2700sf, scr WALDEN Lake 2500 sf SPRING HILL-3br, 2ba, .

Least 48 hours prior to CITYpoolCHA motivCLERK ate 3br 2ba, Carort Hury-Dve By /a n REE BROCHURE At
Section 5. In accordance Apoted by the City Com-. PURCHASES Why Rent When... se6029 Florida, Crller, South Highlands ] .5/LL Wesern MoveNorth Carr
with the Americans with Approved as to form and mission on June 12, 2006. You Can OWN! e $362,500. Owner ar es n

Approved as to form and Call 813-846-4901 $239,5 813-764- oo aplances, paint Mouestern Caroin Prope
Disabilities Actany peresolu- correctness: I 080 or www.sell- an S erING in centradesl FL tate weRA Caofferlithe
son with a dice of stability re-Consolidate Debts Homes Available Now h eAPO cm/BEACH 16 As newkith en st mountain Homes Re-
quiring reasonable ac- KENNETH W. BUCHMAN MAYOR-COMMISSIONER East HLower Payments Great Northdale Hmllsbough 352-79-3934 s in Noth Carophy, na
commodation in order to CITYATTORNEY 4005 E. HannaCredit 310 Flam o Dr. Updat- ( Waterfront H omes and Land aailmtnhom
participate in this meet- ATTEST:125-2006 B.K./Forecosuresbrib, Fenced APOLLO ACH3/1/1, sf East Pasco $840 lose to cole. Call us First, 00-924-263we
g soul call the Ci5,2006 NO; 4061 6/15/2006 $2000 ate u 10th 200down, $995 mcarport. schools and shopping havesternCarolinaRE.cntals

mission on June 12,2006. POSED ENACTMENT OF Closing Costs. 4br 2ba Block access-DOCK 194
Clerk at (813) 659-42 at VIRGINIA L. HELPERHE Also speak Spanish, 2004 E. Waters LeaseR Opeion bunalow 1500sq mopel, Bridge C CRG

JOHN L DICKS CT COMMISSION OF ManhattanMortgage House Sat.12-3m, 2221 6x2l5 whg oaks [ Florida Real Estate)J Riverfront mountain pDr.r
least 48 hoursprior THE CITY CLERKOF PLANT 552 P Calme ortto Bend Coit Rd ve 2 Byr 800-282-0605 els. to 8 acre sites
the public hearing. ArdatCfAS Huge FencedLot! 6029 Florida Cir. South app1., blind's lgr do 1Highlands aLL Western North Carr

ApproCITY, FLORIDAve as to form and Call Bill Stevens 3br ba Move in read. Fnc DIRECT GULF ACCESS 2 from the $80's. Phase
Section 6. This resolu RED BY SE correctness:TION 5345 NoML) 813-246-5000 Bradley Junction newer a ., G fm m enerincl. 9K o o Coose From Leisure oming soon pre-
tion as notice of said free 866-414-LEND $199,002ba 2cg APOLLO BEACH Must See! 813-767-9136 SEBRING -incentral FLBeach: eserve today! Excep
pubCITYCLERK APPCABLshall bESe KENNETH W. BUCHAN 100% HOME FINANCE LOW MONTHLY CARROLLWOODHm Buy Owner 152 /2t.$149,900;arting itiEstate Murphy, NC
ubisnhed oyheClty RESOLUTION NO CITY ATTORNEY Challenged Credit 310 Flamingo Dr. Updat- Waterfront ) 2BR, 2 iA' 1250 s. ft. www.carolinamtnhon.
B.K./Forecosres HOMES AVAILABLE ed 2br,2 ba, 1448sf $84,500 Clo tos com Call us First, we
sue of June 15, 2006 NO; 4060 6/15/2006 2.5% Rate July 10th 2006 fenced yard, carport s chools'and shopping. have vacation rentals
A RESOLUTION PROVID- $179,900 Move in ready SEMINOLEHei ht s choeolsend -th and free brochures 1-
Apoted by the CityCorm and ING NOTICE OF PRO- it! A stations consid POOR/NOCREDITO.K.r yMustSell 2400sf 4br frs93-5777 cath ceilings, new $150K cash-ack at2844 800-747-7322 Ext. 101
mission onJune12, 2006. POSED ENACTMENT OF ered! Purchase/c- divided. Prime invest4br 2ba Block

read for first reading the nance & Lease HURRY! CALL NOW! graded, rber, 6237 e inside laundry tures available. meant real estate Com
AN ORDINANCE BY THE Great Neighborhood CLEARWATER, Open tions! Consolibudate annetdale Dr. Askalowing $17 500sq mol83-433-3047 ASHEVILLE, NC AREntiaG.

N0; 4059 6/15/2006 BE T RESOLVED BY THEWes pApply olne @co 1-T880LL36F4R-97b 62,d2bd nwnheouse, F IOreslea comi soon .11 r.f m..ouan p JOHN L. DICKS CITY COMMISSION OF or ale ManhattanMortgagHouse Sat 12-3pm, 2221 15 w/huge oa Florida Realstate Riverfront mountain .
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER THE CITY OF PLANT 552 Palmetto Bend Colt Rd 2br 1ba, Icg, 800-282-0605 els. Ito 8 acre sites
CITY, FLORIDA: ASRE- sell, internet busi Bill Stevens r)brba Moveireay. 2 Fncyrd, DIREC813-433-3GULFACCESS 2 rom the $80's. Phase
ATTEST: UiRED BY SETION (LML) 813-246-5000 Bradley Junction newer appI l.Gfml rm, o o w to Choose From Leisure n ;oming soon pre-
66.041, FLORIDA STAT- Toll free 866-414-LEND $199,000 727-279K Remod 3638br 2b69a The most effectveoror Hernano Beach: reserve today Excep
VIRGINIA L. HELPER UTES AND OTHER Business for Sale LOW DOWN BR REALTY-SCOTT 3BR/2BAor iaiona community am -
ApprovedLsToo RE Ad I W th citc soING! Regardless of cred- uFISHAWK in the milita- Townhouse, FP, rLrd0 atn$270,000, $75Kto
Approved as to form and i WHEREAS this city Co- POOR/NO CREDIT O.K. ry Must Sell, 2400sf 4br firs, catch ceilings, new $150K cash-back at clos Auction- 1244+/- acres
KENNETH W. BUCHM AN proposed ordinance teey. Gannetdale Dr. Asking $179,900 813433-3047 ercial & Residentia
CITY ATTORNEY nereinatter referred to; Bills/Cash out! Imme- 24 HR RECORDED MSG $378,300.- 813-951-7099 EQUESTRIAN COMMUN- Saturday, June 24
NO; 4059 6/15/2006 nowtherefore FINANCIAL diateLoan Approvals! TOLLFREE CARROLLWOOD TY 3.5-7 Acre iOAM, Albany
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Apply Onbne@ TOLLFREE 2br,2ba Townhouse, FP, Homesites coming soon .p P,,..,-i ,:,
CITY COMMISSION OF WestsoreMot 18883642897 hardwd frs,ew apps, between Ocala& Dayto ,

SeCITY COMMISSIionN OF. As required by ness everything included 3006story, 2190sf, 5/2.5/2, all wwwho roucomuction- 8 St. Georg is
THE CITY OF PLANT MENTS IN 166.041, Floria 6K obo 813-330615 Buy a home or Refinance app La., es, Nblind's &ew Ta- PLar door Time Share 5532BA pool /and properties19 550.

Section 166.041, Florida TION OF ASSESSMENTS; day! Register Online Melissa Brock, Blackburn I iveOakT *EAUTIFUL WESTERs
RESOLUTION NO Statutes and other ap- www.woodcraft-w! st & end mortgage to WELLSWOO Motivated opener 813-763-1468. HERNANDO Co., 285 acstrt 2:00 p. FREE
124-2006plicableawthecabC TIONSlaw, the City puzzle.coPaidRefund get cash & lower your ELL ed mi of Ik frontage,3$40K/ d S R CyOLOR beach URE & i, -

Commission of thety THE CRATION OF AS- omCity monthly ments! seller! Price Reduced to Chris 813-767-9136 MES ARE RESALES at $12 900 a FORMATION. MOU-
AmmUTssO H of a the Clorioa, usitysso e ors N $279K Remod 3br 2ba The most effectiveJway at$290Fa,,u
scores 40RAe Nom MAp cg, huge lot. Leah, Gibsonton/River iew to Buy,Se o rte nta Available. Over150 .towell Rent-

of Plant City, Florida, SESSMENT AREAS; ES Business for ae eel Allied Home MoR Es 17 $25K/ac. will not di- CoInc I
CITY COMMISIONF deSell9or1Rent-a6Lots-ava3lable6inaCoun-ar.....
CITY COMMISSION OF doe s hereby give notice FOR SALE 627-3396 vaar FL R.E Svcs 813- Divorce- MUSTSELL, R share Grimaldi Comm R tie s of Levy, Marion SPbroker pCTACUL rti VirEW
THE CITY OF PLANT of the proposed enact- OPTICAL Business for rect Leners qu 857-7032 web id# DUCED OVER $10k. ars nowtoll free. 1-800- Ca iCalhoun, Putan :i S, CA
CIof TYan FLORIDAPROe entitl ent of an ordinance en- sMATTRESS CLEANING & Opportunit 601 S. Albany Re rs PANT ors CREEKS & INVESTMENT

ANORDIN ANCEOFTHE FORTINOTCEEANDADOP- Over 400 Eurtopean se. us n etlako i entR 145 BEAUTIFUL 1 acre r eonstruction. Mountain Realty GMAuctionc
POSED ENACTMENT OF N OF ASSESSMENT DealersTur New U.S. I BUY SELLER HELD t erline htt://wesw.condotrad 718-797-0807
ORDINANCE CLOSING AN ORDINANCE OF THEAT moves dust mites/ MONEY NOW wes d, oak arwoo approved, a813-205-9176 www.cherokeemount

ANDVACATING THAT CERTAIN CITY COMMISSISMENTS CONSTI harmful aller-ens. Big fvl I a T o s Dolr Cs wowontrade. .. (800)841-
PORTIONS OF CASSELL THE CITY OF PLANT Business We Buy Hia o nueS Acb A River6br, 3ba, 2c6e-5215 wner/br M.6305-279-8997 00 ACR68
STREET, MOODY AVE- CITY FLORIDA CREATING Opportunities Call Gerald Danley. WOME PrICES kichen pool n IMESHARE0 RESALES- tie LakesCty30w SL -
NUE, RINECRESTSTREET CHADSTER76 PLANT CITY .3 / t eraidone W O d3 r 20ca 3 CNew roofnce L eOFFR Ou ofSaie SMALLERAN P--

nance, following second RANK AND IGNITY $W3,p$000 Weeku 1030 AM Furrow Auc Dale Hollow Lak Per-
AND LOWRY AVENUE. CODE, RELAING TO THE 8139858885 1632 smft, $212,9m0. 4 r e electric, mo ther--law TAILP! BEST RESORTS &rBeautiful area. Call for O T n id
PROal ISuildin, 302 West LECTION OF SERVICE,SS www.DataEntryMoney., 1827 sqf suite 1/4 ac. $290,000 SEASONS. Cal for FREE color brochure. North "'
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE -FACILITIES PROGRAMS Earn $3,500-$5,000 $236,900.6 br 3 ba 2 car, 8132702181 MAGAZINE. Florida Homeland Real- AHTAT r l

Hal) Plant (Ct Flrda T ME VIMFR NTGHAE comg/s1m800-SLL-181; 1-, 9 2m /no7b6- To subscribe, call a Hnomel m Re a k -emt
CITY COMMISSION OF AND LOCAMENTS ONIMPROVE- WeekDED$$ Processing Com 3006 saft, $299,900. ty 800-754-4531
THE CITY OF PLANT MENTS IN THE CTY OFAU Customan er Refunds On Loae! Land Lakes, New Tam- PLANT City 4BR 2BA po4250.
ANT y ECTin$5LOel tIDA LPB/fliert800-h e1d
CITY FLORIDA: PLANT CTY FLORIDA; aranteed Paecks! Brandon Charles home w/ofc on fenced- cInt
b AUTHORIZIN G THE IM- No Experience Needed! Ruenberg813-786-5119 1.53 acs. 220 3-phase pwrA E AE
cti Ase oreired b OSTI A C EE- AmPositions Available To- d uc e FARMS Beautiful 5 Acre ,ARLNAT
Secta .sa teqirep PROVIDING FOR DE- dO Now!i TayeTracts With Rolling Hills. CAR IF W.EST
Section 166.041, Florida TION OFASSESSMENTS; day Register Online i South Tampa Melissa Brock, Blackburnad ve rees. L tR
Statutes andotherwap- PROVIDING FOR DEFINI- Now!wSouRealty 813-763-1468. iHrRNANDO Co., 285 acs a iPaved Streets Restrict- 'C MOUNTAINS. FREE
plicaibe law, the Cita TIONSe;PROVIDING FOR A eDo www.PaidRefundJobs.cH oR, 2 r esC ,

qr resaofaeblac dne c tI o DAppE A LL CA Hous eOs Rea C R lB Etar ter Genel &
Commission of the ity THE CI OF AS- om REAL ESTATE HURRY! Only 2 units left. .. ac 290 acs @ exit 62 & ed f -u se oN a LakMeI.. ,
tCommissione i th ee- THE CRosOnAY r$25Kac. will not di- ity, Florida. Call for a IIN PROPERTIES WIT
of Plant City, Florida, SESSMENT AREAS; ES- 2br, 2.5balle condosoBesteo 1Ps $h. F3ihrlleot d i- nP.E CUL, I
does hereby give notice TABLISHING PROCE- FOR SALE value in Hyde PSoho vide Grimaldi Comm Re. ree roc-ure 0- l ,.PAR IE
of proposed enactment DURES FOR IMPOSING aa Tsa Se r Dalty 813-431-8080 s Yc' -OMES, CABINS
LISHING PROCEDURES Sanitizing Business. Real Estate anted) welcome. 813-781-1969 home r/ 900 sq HERNANDO CO. SUBDV. TAMPA, houses n CREAGE. Cherok
AN ORDINANCE OF THE FOR NOTICE AND ADOP- Over 4000 European, ae dft. custom kitchen Hu 148 BEAUTIFUL 1 acMe preconstruction. Mountain Realty GM/IL
CITY OF PLANToCITY TION OF ASSESSMENT DealersNein US. Re-W Northwest dated bath, indoor laun- homesites, condional vailables from $150 Real Estat

FLOID CLdose l d hddin sANe D, iorOa VsnfTHema T $es d u Wn its Rala ol e E r Ecat. y, ok h o tli
LREed YcL N A r O s pete d by the obiawesome a & up. (813)245-2751 1 a n ww.cherokeemountate
VACATING THAT CER- ASSESSMENTS CONSTI- harmful allergens. Big -oors new roof &C potential7,900,000.00 realty.ceom (800)84
TAIN PORTIONS OF, TUTE A LIEN ON AS- profits small invest- Ii ark reat value uitpvacy fence o
CASSELL STREET, MOOi SESSED PROPERTY UPON ent Complete u &location,3br/2.5ba, $145K Call13-267-5215 wner/brr 305-279-8997
DY AVENUE, PINECREST ADOPTION OF THE AS- training/support. Other GUYS Won'! 2,276 sq ft. $329,900. LUTZ, 15+acres, house f Out Of State J)1JEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE
STREET AND LOWRY SESSMENT ROLL; PRO- H. nitech 1-888-999- fee recorded info 24 PLANT CITY New fenced
S Y S R O 93 : Instant Contract. Cash. urs a day 1-800- 4br 2ba 2c2076sf 4413 ar4lots on pond MOUNTAIN LOTS
AVENUE. VIDING FOR AN ASSESS- C ntr s howeldsurveydone. Lots in Blount County breathtaking Views R.
SCTN 2.T s a MENT LIENS, PROVIDING OEAny Area Condition 437-4223 ID# 3102 Reynold Ridge t near Wi sell all or split ine. T0 N, 20 slon t oun Acea l fio F
SECTION Z. The proposed THAT A PRECTED LIEN DATA ENTRY PROCESS- Situation. If You Cal JeannePrigitano U.S. 92 off Turkey Creek ord T and 3,200 sqT Access deal for Fisi -
enactment of saidordi- SHALL BE EOUALIN ORS NEEDED! Earn You'll Sell0. 813-289-1144 RE/MAX Reflections Road. $255k Open Sat half w/house&barn. home to be sold at auc- ng,Hunting, ATV,
nance, following second I RANKAND DIGNITY $3,500-$5,000 Weekl2 Sun 12-4a727-599-7398 $995K 800-894-1950 o Saturday, June 24 Hoseback iding. Ne.
reading, sh allhbe consid- WITH THE LIENS OF ALL Workin from Home. AN GELO BUYS HOUSES FOREST HILLS. -SUN CITY/WIMAUMA 10:30 AM. (Furrow Auch D ale Hollow LakePer-
ered by the City Comn- STATE, COUNTY, DIS- Guaranteed Pachecks! Cash any condition. 2 blocks from golf T tion Co. (800)438-7769m fect-or Cabin Weekene
isin e ing TRICT OR MUNICIPAL o Experience n an T o course, updated 3br, Meadows, trees, views Lic. 62. Great Investment Prop
theSadye Gibbs Ma in TAXES AND ASSESS- ry! Positions Available tressed, vacant, occu- lia. 11307 N. Armenia Borders pristine creek erty. Owner Financino
AudBitorum of the Nettle i MENTS PROVIDING Today! Register Online pied. Anywhere in FL! Ave $186,500 813-263- PLANT CITY Open House rlec., well, paved road A cuddly companion hrom $29,900 931-839-
BerryDraughon Munici- ;PROCEDURES FOR COL- Nowl Apts. / Comm., residen- 6562 or 813-765-6383 FRI &8SAT4TO 7 PM Owner 954-946-6979 could be yeurs. We've
Cl building 302 West LECTION OF ASSESS- www.DataEntryMoney. tial. No deal too ml 3201 Jim Johnson Rd. geot puppies, kittens '
eynolds Street (City I MENTS; PROVIDING A com n big/small. uicak clos-tt 1900 a f 4/2 $229K/obo brbe l
HaI ), Plant City, Flori da, MECHANISM FOR THE C. 1-800-SELL-181; 1- .com, -769- and mre. Check them
on June 26, 2006, at 7:30 IMPOSITION OF ASSESS- $$HOME WORKERS. 816-4363 Keyword: CarSeeker 6977 / ID # TPT6206 813-TRIBUNE out in Critter Corner.
p.m., or as soon thereafter I MENTS ON GOVERN- NEEDED$$ Processing
as the matter may be MENT PROPERTY; AU- Customer Returns Local Handyman looking
heard, at which time in- THORIZING THE ISSU- Online! Earn $15.00 Per to buy houses that need -
terested parties and ANCE OF OBLIGATIONS Return Process Guaran- work. Will also buy as-
citizens may appear and SECURED BY ASSESS- teed. Extremely Easy! signment contracts.
be heard with respect to MENTS AND PROVIDING No Experience Needed. No Fees Any Area or
the proposed ordinance. FORTHETERMSTTHERE- Amazing Opportunity! Condtion, Quick Clos-
OF; PROVIDING FOR SEV- Join Today. log Bring'all Deals. Call
Section 3. All person are ERABILITY; AND PRO- www.ProcessRebates.c Jim'Naqy 813-843-2233
advised that if a Person VIDING FOR AN EFFEC- om .
decides to appeal any TIVE DATE
decision made by the ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Real Estate GeneralJ)
Cty Commission with re- The proposed enactment Do You Earn $800 in a
aspect to any matter con- of said ordinance, fo- Day? 30 Machines and Attn St. Pete & Tampa Ind
sidered at such weetin ;, owing second reading, Free Cand All For vestors! I have 3 handy
he will need a record of shall be considered by $9,995. Call 1-888-753- man specials this week-
the proceedings andfor the City Commission at 3430 AIN#BO2000033 with $25-$50k in equity.
such purpose he may a its meetirn in the Sadye Call Us: We Will Not Be They sell quickly!Cast
need to ensure that a Gibbs Marin Auditorium undersold! or Hard Money only!
verbatim record of the of the Nettle Berry New Investors welcome.
proceedings is made, i Draughon Municipal VENDING Route: Snack, Jim Nagy 813-843-2233
which record includes i Building, 302 West All Drinks, All Brands.
the testimony and evi- Reynolds Street (City Great Eguipment, Great
dence upon which the HaIl), Plant City, Florida, Support[ Financing WANTED: 20 HOMES To
appeal is to be based. on Juno 26, 2006, at 7:30' Availahle With $6K Show Off Our New Life-
The proposed ordinance p.m., or as soon thereafter Down. Call Tom: time Exterior Paint.
may beinspectedobythe as thewmatter may be .(954)9-71-9301, Call Now to See if Your
public at the office of the heard, at which time in- #B02002-037 Home Qualifies 1-800-
l~ty Clerk, City Hall, I terested parties and 518-5532, Lic
Plant City, Florida. citizens may appear and ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE #CBC010111 I
be heard with respect to Do you earn $800/day?
Section 3. In accordance the proposed ordinance. 30 machines, Free Can-
with the Americans with dy All for $9,995. (C Central Tampa
Disabilities Act.any per- Section 2. All person are (888)629-99C8
son with a disability re- advised that ifa person BO2000033. CALL US: LUTZ 1869 Tinsmith Cir-
quiring resaonable ac- decides to appeal any We will not be under- cle, Carpenter's Run Ad-
commodation in order to decision made by the- sold! edition, 3/2/2 close to am
ing should call the Cit spect to any matter con- GREAT One Person Busi- FSBO (813)300-5413 Tampa 12105 W. Linebaugh Ave. Tampa 2B5 HillsboroughAve, Un
Clerk at (813) 659-420 at sidered at such meeting, ness! No Selling. I,
least 48 hours prior to he will need a record op, Make $1000 day. Tampa- 7717W. Hillsborough vemp- 00 N. 5gth St.
the public hearing, the proceedings, and for Startup costs $1995. Tapa-939N5t.S
suchpurpose he may For more info call M. .fN Tampa-614 S. Howard Ave. Tampa-I6033TampaP ., lvSuite33
ornancemayen- verbatim record of the #847JS. 116 -' r ... Tampa- 1155 S. Dale Mabry Hwy. Valrico0 2016 E. SR. 60
ected by the public at proceedings is made,
he office of the City which record includes SMART PEOPLE WORK NEW HOMES
Clerk at the Nettie Berry the testimony and evi- FROM HOME. Tired of a OPEN MON-SAT 10-LPM, Tampa 3642 Gandy Blvd. Valrico- 3307 Lithia--o', .
Dra u hon Municipal dence upon which the deadened job, peak hour SUN 12-5PM ,
d etraffic,doend obpeakhou redible -Po Tampa 8416 N. Armenia Ave. Seffner: 806 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Reyno[ C Street, Plant ly time... THERE iS a bet- New homes. Down Pay 5.s--rB
Ci it, Florida. Section 3. In accordance ter way. 813-882-3327 ment.Assistance to quail- Tampa
with the Americans with field buyers. 10 different
Section S. This resolu- Disabilities Actany per- LOCAL Vend Biz. $6695. .fler plans to choose Brandonr 845 E. Bloomingdale Ave. Tampa- 14444 N. Dale Mabry Hwv. Zephyrhills- 7242 Gall Blvd.
tion, as notice of said son with a disability re- CAlend Must Sell. o- from. Starting from
public hearing shall be quiring resaonable ac- 8662 223 AIN $165,900 includes lot Brandon 901W. Brandon Blvd Tampa 13182 N Dai MabryHwv-
published in the Courier, commodation in order to #B02523 Many locations to choose
issue of June15,2006 participate in this meet- from American Housing Land Lakes-2: 0 rlwi T.sria.-1205] Ardel'.i:, I.'l
pg should call the City Classifieds is (813) 264-9950 La 0'as,"Cl,,NV. Tm.,,I, ,r,
Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at acar shopper's www.amhousinucom Lutz" 17808 N. Djle M3tirv Hwv Tamp] 1 ; ]tl IBrurP : B ,:,i ll-r.. F v
SECTION,6. The City least 48 hours prior to personal showroom. .. ..
Clerk is directed to mail the public hearing. Makes aed models Time for anew car? Plant City-I102 Hw-,y Avt laT-- 11)70 b li i- : Ci...wri A LIli

by reference to the latest, thle .offi;e. of the .City speed to Cluasifieds. Clussfihed sikction.

134? THIE COURIER? .JUNE 15,2006
[ Out of State ] (C Out of State ) (( Out of State )) (( Out of State ) ( Condominiums ) [(Houses Unfurnished)) ((Lease Option to Buy))
BENT TREE Golf and Ten- GEORGIA Wilcox Coun- N.C/GEORGIA Mountain TENNESSEE LOTS 1-3 HYDEark townhouse Apolllo Beach Mira Bay
nis, Gated Community ty. 1Ol0ac plus or mi- Vacation Special Call acre Homesites at Intro- I 2 br 25 ab, 1000 sq HOME avail. 7/13br, 2.5 ba, e -
in the North Georgia nus. Planted Pines, Nat- now for our vacation ductory prices. Deed re- ft at n egant TH, many extras
Mountains with Club- ural Woodlands, Cultiva. special! World's great- stricted comm. w/parks Waterd cut iEeT & amenities, $2300/
house, Pools, Lake tion, Irrigated Pecans, est views! Homesites & lakes in beauti fu r ludef d tie iu HOME me or $459.9K 941-812-
Stables. Homes and Excellent & Abundant starting at $39,900. Cumberland County. c 50 U 1838/941-544-8534 W
Lots available. Craft Wildlife, $2,550/ac. Land oog home pack- Wooded, rolling hills, & (813)505-8752 RENT TO OWN S
Inc. (800)822-1966 www.state- age kit $79,900. Water- paved roads. Ownerfi- COMMERCIAL i E-T O ODESSA 3/2 on ski lakeCREATION 1- falls, creeks, rivers, ancingrlowdown pay REAL ESTATE -RENT Land 0 Lakes/Edgewater Don't -Let CreditIssues -W/bkyd beach. 2000sf. RECREATION
m. 877-600-7253 lakes, limited availabili- ment. Call for informa- 3bd2.5b a garageend Keep You From Your g. rooms & patio facn
ty. 1-888-389-3504 x600 tion 1-888-452-6386 unit appls, water- Dream Home lake. $2,000/month
BENT TREE Golf and Ten- GULF front lots $595k. (( office Space Lease 19on sland kitchen. lease opt. avail. Call
nis, Gated Community Homes starting mid NC LAND 20 acres, ice Space Lease 1960sf htd pool, Why Rent When Rick 727-504-3457 Campers/Travel
in the North Georgia $300k. New master plan- $99,990. Stream, pas- TENNESSEE!! $1395mo 13-477-6620 You Can OWN Trailers
Mountains with Club- ned ocean front com- tures, woods, stars, MONTEAGLE-SEWANEE, PLANT CITY Industrial TWIN Branch Acres, 3brI
house, Pools, Lake munity on beautiful deer, no hurricanes. Al- Beautiful Mountain Park Office pace for NEW Tampa Lg 2br 2ba Hom es Available Now 2acg 2200 sf, fp 3 21' 2001 Salem Lite, A/C
Stables. Homes and Mustang Island, near so, country storeand Properties. 600+ Acres; lee150 to 3000 sq ft, Homes AvaableNow c
Lots available. Craft Corpus Christi TX rented cabin only Tracts 5 Acres & up. 4' including Conference counters, wood cabs, 4005 E. Hanna barn on 1 ac. $2500 awning sef contained
Inc. (800)822-1966 $94,990. Calf/email for miles Tram 1-24. Gated Room &-reak Room. closets, alarm, qhuier 4 aF.nce... mo. or lease option queen bed.Clean, Dual
m,(866)815163.&secluded alGeu Dine a1eFenced a Diett m, (866)891-5163. pcs: & secluded! Gorgeous Starting at $160. mo. community near -75. avail. Rick 727-504-3457 36
m. bluff & creek. Wooded Contac T Pierce Lackey $980/mo. 954-270-5292 2004 E. Waters VALR]CO 3br 2ba 2c 813-74-6036
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T/V VCR stereo CB, mi
crowave, twin beds,
tub/shower, power
seats. $19,500 for info:
32' Holiday Rambler 1997
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tras, incl. B/U camera 2
Tv's 2 AC, well below
book $27 900 call for in-
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40' 1999 American Tradi-
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YAMAHA 2005 XL 100 De-
luxe 3 seater 4 stroke
engine, with trailer and
accessories 14 hours,
$7,500. 813-962-6918

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too many extras to list,
$6,500obo. 813-758-7944

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trailer, lifejackets, cov-
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16'6" Checkmate, 60
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813-885-2885 evenings.
16' HOBIECAT, 3 sets of
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$1,500. (2) '96 Polansjet
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runs great. $20,300obo
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19' Mako 1971 Open Fish-
erman with 200 hp John-
son motor. 50 hours
since total restoration
boat motor and trailer
$5,000 863-668-0641
2002 Seadoo Utopia 205,
Mere. 240hp EFf jet
drive bimini top, stereo
AM/FM/CD w/4spkrs,
galv. trir. low hours,
many extras. Excel.
cond. $14,000.00
(941) 723-0581
20' Catamaran 2001
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trlr 19,500 239-821-7950
20' Hydrasport 1980 Cud-
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$4,500 813-289-6152

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Center Console Open
Fisherman, 150hp
Yamaha ext. warr. to
Nov. 2008, drive on
trailer. Garmin GPS
w/bottom & fish find-
er, VHF radio.$16,800

Cabin Cruiser, head,
sink, shower, 225HP
I/O, sleeper/bay boat,
$10,600. 813-610-5101
21' MAKO, Ctr Con, 1987
w/'95, 225hp Johnson,
bimini, dodger & con
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boat $7995 727-504-4571

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21' Sea Ray 1998, 210
Sundeck, 5.0 merc, 2001
Load Master Alum. Trail-
er $16,000 obo
22' 2005 Twin Vee Cata-
maran Family Fisher-
man, Twin 115 4 stroke
Suzukis, Alum Trlr,
Bimini, Enclosed Head,
$43,700 813-477-7054
25" Wellcraft 1995 Walk
Around 225hp, Johnson,
Ocean Runner, GPS, Fish
Finder Combo, new trail-
er. $10,000 813-927-1414
28' 1987 Sleek Craft re-
built 454 V8, w/Merc
outdrive, Aluim Trir in-
cluded Loaded, $15,000
28' 2001 Regal LSR
Bowrider, Only 160hrs,
Cust Mooring Cvr, Very
Clean always on lift
$43,000 941-778-8281
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$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
Pasadena Yacht & CC.
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number available. Call
727-381-7922 xt 12

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w/folding upper sta-
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life vest storage, elec-
tronics box, $2500.
Brian 813-714-4548
BOAT MOTOR, Evinrude
85HP, hear run, con-
trols, ood condition,
$600 or best offer.
Ocean Runner, Low time,
Always flushed, Mint
cond 20" long shaft, 1st
$3995 727-504-4571
OUTBOARD, 1958 John-
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Tank, Motor Stand, Orig-
inal Owner, Exc. cond.
$895 813-689-5143
Mercury, 150HP, 2.0
Liter, crean/runs good.
$2500. 352-628-3392
& 850-578-2627.

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Clearwater Marine
727-441-1790 X235


Auto Engines /
Parts / Misc. JJ
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/RV
ENGINE 1990 S-10 2.5
TBI $475.
ENGINE 1985 Olds 307
ci, $175.
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
(( Automobiles Misc ))
ENGINES & Transmis-
sions Used & Rebuilt -
90 days up to 3 yrs
warr. M-F 9-5. Mem BBB
((Trucks- Light Duty)
CHEVY 2002 Silverado
2500 2 wheel drive, reg.
cab ew pkg,4spd,au-
to., locking differential,
Cruise cntrl. $10000
Chevy 2004 SSR, yellow,
loaded, 7500 mi, 1 ownr.
sticker $48K. $28,500
OBO. Shipping $200, 850-
477-4604, Pensacola, FL.
FORD 1995 F150, 4x4 XLT
extended cab, runs and
looks great, AC, 75K
miles. $5,000 o.b.o.
FORD 1997 F150, super
clean! 4.2 V6205HP,
A/C, AT PS, PB leer lid
Alpine CD plyr, AB
Quartz spkrs low mi all
records. 813-766-3424 or
813-242-7941. $7,000.
Can't find Fido?
Lost-Found ads can help!

(( Trucks Light Duty ))
FORD 1998 Ranger XLT,
46K orig mi. red, bedlin-
er 2nd owner, immacu-
late cond. asking $7200
obo. 813-325-3250
FORD 2001 F150 XLT Ext.
Cab. 4.6L V8, PW/PB
sliding rear win. 78K
miles $12 000 (863) 602-
6894 or (863) 581-7630
FORD 2001 Ranger 4cyl,
Auto, 39K Mi, A/C, Bed-
liner Toolbox, AM/FM,
Exc bond, $7,700
HONDA 2006 Ridgeline
'RTL, 6cyl, 8000 mi
leather, full power, full
warranty, $28,500. 813-
ISUZU 1996 Hombre, 97k
mi, 4-cyl, 5 spd, purple,
manual, runs & ooks ex-
cellent, $3000 obo.
Odessa, 813-792-7624.
NISSAN 2001 Frontier CC
SE, V6, 69K, 6 CD Chgr,
Lthr, Brush Guard, Tow
Pkg, Sunrf, 1 owner
$12,900 813-988-7837
TOYOTA 2005 Tacoma,
4dr, V6, all options, au-
to, blue, off road pkg.,
to pper, 28K purch new,
$2N 00obo b13-914-0363

(( Trucks Heavy Duty))
DODGE 2001 Ram 2500
Quad Cab, SLT Larame,
Turbo Diesel, Auto O/D,
Loaded, Tow Pkg. Clean
$13,900 813-949-5374
14', roll up door, V8 die-
sel, runs great, dependa-
ble, asking $6,995.
FORD 1993 F450 Flatbed
33k mi, rebuilt motor &
transmission. $6000 obo
Ford 2003 F250 Lariat FX4
crew cab 4x4 loaded,
leather, excellent cond!
Hard Tonneau. $23,500.
Call 813-453-5048

(( 4-Wheel Drive ))
JEEP 1967 Commando V6,
4WD, new tires & other
new parts, runs good,
needs body work.
$1500/obo 813-996-3556
JEEP 2004 Wrangler 4x4
Excellent condition. 18K
mi., 4 cyl, runs perfect
with great AC, $14,500.

([ Vans ))
1500 V8 conv., very
good cond, 8 pass., air,
PS, PW, PDL, tilt cruise,
AM/FM/cass/DVD, ABS,
new tires, $5900. 863-
Chevy 2003 Venture ext.
dual sliders power
.slider, PW, PS, alloy
wheels. $10,500.
Call 813-453-5048
Tan over Tan Leather,
84K mi, $7,700 obo
Exc condo. Tampa
DODGE 2003 Caravan
SXT, silver, 50K mi, well
maintained vehicle ask-
ing $11,500.813-653-
4670 or 813-299-9371
FORD 1988 E-150 handi-
cap van has wheelchair
lift. Looks great and
runs great $4,000 813-
FORD 2001 Windstar LX 1
owner all maint Rec.
57K Mi, Very Good
Cond. $8,350
FORD 2001 Windstar SE
sport edition dual air,
auto, alloy wheels, very
clean. CD/cass., $5400
obo. 813-454-3532
FORD 2002 E350 XLT Su-
per Duty, 15-passenger
van, towing ppkg dual
A/C, running boards,
$14000obo 813-684-7328
HONDA 2003 Odyssey LX
Mini van Loaded, silver,
super clean, like new,
exc. cond. 23K, $17,500.
NISSAN 2000 Quest GLE,
Captains chrs all Ithr
video, AM/FM/CD/Cass.
Snrf,all pwr, Exc. cond.
$7250. 813-926-1957
AGER, 84K mi white,
gray, double side doors,
good tires, V6, clean,
$3,450 727-459-6508


((Sports Utility Vehicles))
ACURA 2003 MDX, op-
tions, AM/FM 6cd, leath-
er, A/C front rear, 4WD,
61K miles runs great,
$24,900 813-926-0604
BMW 2003 X5, 3.0 sport
pkg;41K mi. gar kept.
exc. cond. Ithr gray int.
silve ext. moonrf, $32.9K
obo. 813-924-1393
CADILLAC 2003 Escalade,
pearl w/tan leather int.
Fully loaded, 22" cus-
tom whis, 50K mi.

((Sports Utility Vehicles))
CADILLAC 2003 Escalade
AWD, fac wrty, sunrf,
chrome whls, loaded.
Super Sharp. 38K mi.
$29,950 '1 813-245-4660
CHEVY 2001 Tahoe LS
51k, fully loaded one
owner, excellentt con-
dition. $14,500. 813-961-
1584, cell 813-363-6993
CHEVY 2005 Trailblazer
LS, 2 wheel drive, white,
great condition 27,000
miles asking $17,000
obo 813-361-2068
FORD 1997 ,Expedition
102,000 mi, 4 dr auto 8
cyl, 4WD AM/FM/CD
A/C, alloy wheels, buck-
et seats cruise, PDL,
Pseats PW, rear A/C,
tow dpk, Great cond,
Red Eddie Bauer, $6800
obo david
813-792-7198 / 546-0267
FORD 1999 Expedition
XLT 4 WD, black with
tan int. third row seat,
108k, good condition
$8,200 obo 813-832-3631
FORD 2003 Expedition
Eddie Bauer. Black, tan
Ithr, rear power, fold
down seats sunrf, 78k.
$14,900 813-477-9977
GMC 2001 Jimmy SLT,
lady owner, loaded,
luxury decor pkg. pwr
sunroof, Ithr int show-
room cond. 49K mi,
$32K new $11,500 obo

HONDA 2001 CRV, Green,
40K mi. one owner,
HONDA 2001 CRV, black,
p ower, 95K mi. new
ires, runs great, $9600

HUMMER 2003 As Seen
on Hummer Nation. Yel-
low w/tan int, 51,500
mi, fully loaded great
ride! $34,500.727-502-
ISUZU 2001 Vihicross
Loaded, 35K miles, limit-
ed power train warran-
ty, $14,975.00 813-891-
JEEP 1989 Pioneer, 6 cyl,
4x4, good shape, red,
new batt, tires exc tow
hitch, roof rack 1900
cvl, 5 spd, 99K mi., 4x4,
Hunter Green w/ Tan
top, light bar, fog lights,
ACC, sound barXtra
bikini & rear top. $7,400
OBO. Call 813-843-7144
Sahara, white, tan top,
new roof, new tires, 50C
miles 5spd, A/C,
$12,960 813-962-4835
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Ltd 4x4, 1 owner,
gar. kept. 46k mi., fully
equipped incl. fact Bose
stereo, lady driven, me-
ticulouslymaint. $12K
JEEP 2004 Wrangler
Sahara, 4 WD. In
Exc cond. 25K mi. incl.
hard & soft tops 813-
759-6513 8am-5pm or
email smith@
JEEP 2005 Grand Chero-
kee Silver V8, leather,
sunrf all pwr tow pkg
6,700 mi $22,250 813-
244-1092 813-985-3717
LANDROVER 2001 Discov-
ery, series 2SE, white,
45 mi, exc. cond., fully
loaded, $13,500 obo
corn 941-779-2711
Lexus 2001 RX300
Loaded, 48k mi, 1
owner, n/smoker sunrf
garaged, gold, $17,500
obo Call 813-677-4114
LEXUS 2003 RX 300, 34k
miles. Great condition,
original owner.
silver/gray, 104K mi,
exc cond. Dealer serv-
iced, CarFax cert warr.
$14,450. 727-459-6508

MERCEDES 2006 ML500.
Full power. Pewter/Tan
leather. Air Susp/Tow
Package. Nav. system.
Perfect cond. 9,500K mi.
Retail $57,500 sell $49K.
Call 352-567-9389
NISSAN 1992 Pathfinder,
white, V6, great cond,
PS/PB, Runs ood, AC,
$2500 obo. Calff Fazal:
TOYOTA 1 9 9 9
Landcruiser, silver,
leather int. 106,50d
miles great condition.
$17,560. 813-473-3476.
TOYOTA 2001 RAV4, gold
edition silver, 4 cyl
9ray Ither, sunroof, neor
ars, exc cond $11,800
obo 813-404-8913
For a good buy,
shop in Classifieds.

(( Motorcycles ))
HARLEY 2002 Road King
Classic,. FLHRCI, Blk,
1,500mi., Ext. warr.,
through Dec. 2009, 6K
access. Exc. cond.,
$14,500 NO TRADES.
HARLEY Davidson 2004
Deuce 1,700 mi. Silver/
Teal. Too many OEM to
list. Never dropped ga-
raged, like new! Financ-
ing avail. $15 90.0 obo
Must sell! 813- 657-6269
Harley Davidson 2002
Fatboy, less than 5000
miles, lots of extra
chrome Rinehart pipes,
garage kept, exc condi-
tion $15k. 813-917-5341.
HARLEY Davidson 2005
Screaming Eagle Fat
Boy, 350mi, Silver,
Harley Shop, Parts &
Tools. $3000 Takes it all.
Call after 12:00 p.m.
(727) 521-1010
HD 2002 Fatboy Lots of
extras, beautiful bike,
low miles. $15,000.
Contact Dave:
HONDA 1982 CBR900,
Dual Range transmis-
sion. Mike Corvett seat,
air suspension. $1900.
Call 813-777-7112.
HONDA 1994 CVR 600 F2.
Low miles, runs excel-
lent, new tires, new
brakes, just serviced,
$2700 Obo. 813-601-2130.
KAWASAKI 2 0 0 3
Concours 1000, water
cooled, shaft drive, 3
bags & helmet. Red/blk
$5600 obo. 813-362-3454
Street, Dirt Bikes &
ATV's. Also buying
wrecked motorcycles.
Cash paid. 813-924-6264
SUZUKI 2004 RM 85L
Only used for 6 months.
$2100. obo
YAMAHA 2003 YZF 600R
9K mi, helmet &,gloves
included. Tire warranty.
Mint condition.
$4,800 813-786-9345

C( Golf Carts ))
recondition. Batteries &
chargers Sparks &
Carts. 813-267-7830

wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts'all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin

YAMOTO 200 cc Liquid
Cooled, 4 speed,
I week old, $1,600 obo
Call Anytime

((Automobiles Wanted))
$$$ CASH $$$
For Cars, Trucks &
Vans Any Price/Any
Cars, Trucks, Vans
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7

((Automobiles Wanted))
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a little oit more!
Cal I Rob at 813-610-1535
Any Car Any Condition
No Restrictions
Am. Children's Soc

((classics & Antiques))
CORVETTE 1975 Coupe,
t-tops, 4 spd, nos match-
ing 350, pwpspb, AC,
low mI, $16,50 obo.
863-465-9881 414-1384
MERCEDES Gazelle Repli-
ca 1929. Built 1988, 4700
mi, many upgrades,
new top and sides
$6400 obo 813-477-1100
OLDS 1969 442 350 V8,
auto, project, not run-
ning, $2,900 16011
Dawnview Dr. Tampa
AN Auto Estate Sale
'66 Cadillac conv $12500
'62 Ford Falcon $4500
Classic Cars Must sell.
Run great 813-765-9000

((Automobiles for Sale))
$400! Police Impounds!
For Listings Call 1-800-
749-8116, Ext. 7169
A A Rated Donation Do-
nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De-
ductible. Free Pick-
Up/Tow Any
Model/Condition Help
Underprivileged Chil-
g 1-800-693-7911
BMW 1995 328 Con-
vertible, Runs great,
$5000, 813-237-2418

BMW 1997 328i Sedan
66K mi, teal with tan
leather, good condition.
Must see! $7400.
Call 813-879-4044

BMW 2002 M3 Converti-
ble Pearl white, black
top, camel red interior, 6
speed.great cond. low
mi, extremely fast!!
$36K obo. 813-598-7855.
CADILLAC 2001 DeVille
49,400 miles, loaded!
Pearl white, black cloth
top, black leather int.
$17,400. 352-754-0545
CADILLAC 2002Seville,full power,
Onstar, memory seats,
chrome wheels. 57K mi.
$12,850. 352-428-0774
black, 400 hp Corvette
engine, loaded, includ-
ing navigation system,

((Automobiles for Sale))
CADILLAC 2004 DeVille
Pearl wht, canvas top,
lux pkg, gold pkg, low
mi., warr, new $54,000.
Like new. Must sell.
$22,995 727-345-2114


Chrysler 2004 SebringLX,
rey/graphite cloth; 4
or2.71/ DOHC. 24V.
All power garaged.
Exc. condl 65K mi. $8000.
Call 813-486-7190.
$4500. Pontiac 1995
Sunfire, $1000.
DODGE 1995 Viper, Show
Car, Yellow Black
Stripes, Hard Top & Rag
Top, 100K mi, Call Morn-
ing Oly, 813-994-2460

DODGE 2004 Intrepid SE
69K mi, silver/black,
Clean, Dealer serviced,
CarFax cert. Warranty.
$6950. 727-459-6508

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FORD 2003 Mustang
Cony., Ithr, int., auto.,
Navy/Sad le color, up-
graded stereo. Low mi.
$13,949 813-985-8584
FORD 2003 Taurus SES
60K miles, A/C, CD, PL
PW new tires, great
condition! $6,900 obo.
FORD 2004 Crown Victo-
ria, 18K mi. 4DR, all pwr
Ithr, alloy whis, w/lif
for scooter $16,500
813-839-2830 818-0043

FORD 2005 Mustang
ROUSH 17,000 mi, SU-
ized executives Big Boy
Toy, $70k invested, Fast
& Loud, racing suspen-
sion, this car gets atten-
tion, $49,900(727) 372-
0134 see photos of this
black beauty. www.
HONDA 1997 Accord
auto, loaded, all power,
150K mi, dependable
g as saver. $4795obo
813-902-1148- 784-5487
HONDA 1998 Civic ES,
39K mi, AM/FM/DC sat-
ellite, 2dr, tinted win-
dows, sport tires/rims,
$7,500 813-926-0604
HONDA 2004 Accord LX, I
Owner Green 4dr,
4cyl, 68K mi, Grandfa-
ther giving up driving.
GLS V6, Auto, sunroof,
cold air, new tires, runs
INFINITY 2003 G35, 4dr,
29K mi, normal options
+ sunroof silver w/tan
leather $22,900 call Wes
LEXUS 1993 LS400 Pearl
white, tan, leather, AC
sunrf, moonrf, full
power, clean interior
$5900 813-361-2999
LINCOLN 1998 Continen-

((Automobiles for Sale))
MAZDA 1992 MX3 V-6,
auto, power locks A win-
dows, sun roof, runs
Stood 123,000 mi,
2700obo 727-942-0824
MAZDA 2000 LX 626 sil-
ver, 4-drauto PW PL
tinted windows, 104K
miles. $3700
MERCEDES 1985 280 conv
German import, good
cond, well maint. 57K
orig mi 2nd woman own-
er $9500 727-458-3329
Mercedes 1992 400E,
leather, A/C, PS, adjust
able steering, track
control, sunroof $5 200.
813-962-3413 / 362-7735
MERCEDES 2004 E500 On-
ly 19,000 miles, Under
Warr. BIk/Grey Lthr,
Sunrf, Prem Stereo,
$41,060 -813-767-5373
AMG convertible, ext
silver, int black 31k mi,
mint perfect shape
$62,000. 813-695-3834.
MERCURY 2001 Grand
Marguis Low miles, exc
condo, silver PW/PL
Must see! $7250. Call
after 6:813-679-2801
MINI 2002 Cooper 55Kmi.
Immaculate. Silver w/ '
Black Top. Black & Grey
int. PW, Auto, trans
Mileage 25/36 mpg
$13,750 813-949-6432
MINI 2006 Cooper, pep-
per white, black roof, 5
spd, mats, 7K mi.
$18,600. 941-349-5732 or
Nissan 2001 Sentra GXE,
Economical 4 cyl 4 door,
auto, cold A/C, like new
condition! $5975 obo
Call (727) 521-9023.
NISSAN 2003 350Z Red-
Touring, 33500 mi, 2 dr,
auto, BOSE0 AM/FM 6
in-dash CD, ABS, A/C,
alarm, 17"alloy whis,
cruise, leather, dr
airbag, pass airbagt
pwr locks, pwr bucket
seats, pwr windows,
rear win defrost,
w/nose mask, warranty
to 100k mi. $23,500 Riv-
erview (813) 310-5707

OLDS 1994 Cutlass Cierra
4dr, V6, cold air, 59K,
PW, PL, super clean car
1 owner, garaged kept
$2,700 727-204-6771
PONTIAC 1992 Firebird.
Red, T-Top. Vg. cond
143K miles. Fuly load-
ed A/C $2,750 Call 813-
PONTIAC 1993 Grand Am,

runs good, engine has
85kmiles. $1800obo
leave message.
PONTIAC 1996 Sunfire
123k, auto, am/fm/cd,
a/c $1,500 obo
PONTIAC 2006 Solstice
Cony., leather, PDL, PW,
A/C, 5spd, AM/FM/DC,
almost new, 2K miles,
Classifieds. The bargain
hunter's dream.

((Automobiles for Sale))

PORSCHE 2005 997 911
cab, convert, 6spd,
Basalt bik, beige int
pwr sts, bi-x, heated
sts, 19" classics, sport
chrono, nay, bose
PSE, carbon sills, 12K
mi, fab speed intake,
$73,400 (727)729-2602
ROLLS ROYCE 2001 4dr
like new, cream color,
extras, GPS, TV, 2 line
phone, watch & ring
incid. View by appt. on-
ly $175K (863)944-2173
SATURN 2001 SL2 Ma-
roon with tan int. 4dr,
auto, 64K, rear spoiler,
cold AC, great on gas,
$5,900 727-433-6300
SATURN 2002 SL2 40K,
automatic cold AC, al-
loy wheels $4,900 Call
TOYOTA 1998 Camry LE
102K Mi Gold, Ice Cold
AC, Leather, Runs Great
$4,950 obo
TOYOTA 2001 Pre Run-
ner. 147K miles. 4cyl
great on gas. Topper.
great condo. Cold A/C.
$10,500 813-982-2338
TOYOTA 2003 Corolla,
great cond, great mile-
age & mpg, 1 owner old-
er driver, well main.
$14,000. 813-300-0697
TOYOTA 2005 Camry LE
low mi., auto, all pwr,
looks & drives beauti-
ful. You'll love it, I prom.
ise $15,900 813-264-9583
er Beetle Convertible.
5995. Please Call after
pm. Like new.
VOLVO 1989 760 Turbo
Clean with extensive
maint. only 130K. silver
w/upgraded sound sys.
$2500 813-245-7667
VOLVO 2002 S80, V6 twin
turbo snrf, all pwr, Ithr,
CD, 25K mi warr left
$16,900 813-267-3421 cel
813-672-4911 wrk
5 speeds, AM/FM/6 CD
changer, spoiler, A/C,
79K miles, $7,000.
VW 2003 Jetta GLS auto,
45K, gray, black leather,
sunroof, CD. Looks &
runs great $11,900
VW 2003 New Beetle GL,
auto white 39k mi, exc
cond balance of fact
warrty. $12,500/obo.
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